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Bright and airy one bed flat on the first floor of a fantastic Regency building. Full of character with high ceilings, huge sash windows in every room, a working fireplace and Juliet balcony. An outstanding central location just minutes from the sea!
Our spacious flat can easily accommodate up to four people with a full sized double sofa bed with an organic bamboo memory foam topper in the large living area and a double bed with brand new memory foam mattress in the quiet bedroom that has a garden view. Perfect for singles, couples and families.
The flat includes a dining area that seats four, plus a well equipped separate kitchen with fridge freezer, gas hob oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle and Dualit espresso coffee machine. There is gas central heating with unlimited hot water on demand. Internet access is available via both a Smart TV and laptop in the flat.
- Iconic Regency property in conservation area
- Super spacious accommodation
- Professionally cleaned between each guest
- Outstanding location within easy reach of all attractions
- Smart TV with Freeview giving access to the internet, 50 digital channels and 24 radio stations
- Free high speed wireless internet (Wifi) and guest laptop
- Bed linen, towels, toilet paper and soap provided
- Shower with good water pressure and 3 shower settings
- Well equipped kitchen including Dualit espresso coffee machine and new washing machine
- Balcony with oblique sea view
- Child friendly with books, toys and booster seat highchair (cot upon request for a small extra charge)
Guests will have full access to the entire one bedroom flat including a super spacious living area, fully equipped kitchen, family bathroom with shower over bath and a balcony. You are welcome to help yourself to any food in the flat such as tea, coffee, spices, cooking oil etc. All cleaning products are on hand together with laundry liquid, a vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board. A hairdryer is also available. There is also plenty of storage space with the hallway cupboards, wardrobe and bedroom chest of drawers all available for use.
As we are away from the flat a lot we have a friendly, professional company manage and clean the flat for us. We are, however, always on hand to answer any questions you may have about the local area or address any issues that may arise during your stay.
Diagonally opposite the flat on Western Road is both a fantastic independent bookshop and one of the few remaining post offices in the city. Why not send a postcard home? For a picturesque walk to the beach, simply take a right on Western Road and walk along to Brunswick Square. You can then walk down to the sea via the Brunswick Square gardens. While in Brighton you must also visit St Ann's Well Gardens just north of the flat. It's a small beautiful park with winding paths, a fish pond, tennis courts, bowling green, children's play area and a café.
If you like your foodie treats you will be in heaven as not only are you across the road from The Real Patisserie. Further afield, don't miss the incredible cakes at retro tea shop Treacle and Co (64 Church Road) and yummy cupcakes at Angel Food Bakery (20 Meeting House Lane, The Lanes).
Restaurants, Cafés and pubs
Recommended places to eat at on Western Road are Koba and The Mad Hatter. Further afield on East Street, in The Lanes is award winning vegetarian restaurant Terre a Terre. Nice pubs close by include The Paris House (on Western Road across the street), The Coopers Cask (3 Farm Road), and The Lion and Lobster (24 Silwood Street). For a more quirky place to drink try The Bee's Mouth (a few minutes left and across the street on Western Road).
The best coffee close by can be found at The Small Batch Coffee Company (5 mins walk to the left on Western Road opposite Bankers on the corner of Norfolk Square). Alternatively, try the new flat white at Starbucks (five minutes to the right on Western Road and opposite the Patisserie Valerie).
There are numerous supermarkets on Western Road, the closest being The Co-operative Food just one block away to the left. A small Tesco and Sainsbury's are five minutes walk to the right and a full size Waitrose seven minutes to the left. Alternatively, the Buy2Win across the road is open all hours and sells a remarkably diverse range of products.
The very central location means that everything in Brighton Is accessible on foot. The beach, restaurants, pubs, cafes, one of Brighton's best parks and two fantastic french patisseries are all within a few minutes walk. Brighton railway station, The Lanes, The North Laine, the Pavilion and Brighton Pier are within a 15-20 minute walk. The flat is also on a direct bus route to many locations including Rottingdean, Shoreham, Kemp Town, Brighton train station, Brighton racecourse, the Universities and Falmer (Amex) football stadium. Connecting buses (change at Churchill Square) go to Eastbourne, the Marina, Devil’s Dyke, Lewes and Tunbridge Wells.
We are allowed by the local council to purchase a limited number of guest parking permits which allow parking on the street for 24 hours. Please let us know if you require parking permits at the time of booking. There is a charge for these permits and we cannot guarantee availability due to their limited nature.
We are always trying to make our home a better place to stay and welcome any suggestions for improvement. If you find there is anything the place needs just let us know during your stay and we will get it to you as soon as possible!
Our description is honest and our photos Airbnb verified however please note that we do change the decor from time to time. We do our best to make sure our calendar is always up to date and to promptly answer all messages. We will not cancel your booking because we got a better offer.
We have low, mid and high season rates. We do give discounts for longer stays and have special rates for weekly and monthly stays. All our prices are calculated automatically by Airbnb. To see the total cost of your stay simply input the number of guests and dates you require in the box at the top right of this page.
As with any centrally located property, street noise can occasionally be heard from the front room where the sofa bed is. The bedroom, however, is a pleasant oasis of quiet. Brighton is a cosmopolitan, vibrant city that attracts a diverse range of people which can include the occasional street drinker or partier. The Brunswick Conservation Area that the flat is located in is a safe one popular with families that we have happily lived in for many (website hidden) Patrick’s Church across the road from the flat is well known for its brilliant work with the homeless in Brighton and is both a fully functioning church and a long stay referral-only hostel.
We pride ourselves on a smoke free environment. That means there's no smoking even on the balcony or entrance to the flat. Due to ongoing issues we no longer allow guests who smoke and we will withhold the damage deposit if there is any smell of smoke in the flat.
While Brighton is a great party town, our immediate neighbours are quiet and it's important we stay quiet for them. Alas, we can't allow any loud music or gatherings in the flat.
Due to restrictions of our lease there is also strictly no pets allowed.
Living area includes this huge, very comfy sofa and drop leaf table and chairs (four chairs available).
The hosts were very responsive and provided all the information needed. The apartment is true to the pictures. The location is great to get into town by walking. The kitchen is great, nicely equipped with everything you need, including dishwasher and clothes washer.
The whole process of booking was easy and Debra and Stephen were always quick to respond. Amanda was very helpful in arranging entry to the flat and recommended a great place to eat for my first night. The flat was very spacious and a lovely place to spend time. The location of the flat is excellent and only a very short walk into central Brighton. I shall be returning!
We stayed with a family of four (boys 8 and 11) and had a great time at Debra's apartment. Amanda welcomed us and was very friendly. The apartment is close to the seafront and there are nice restaurants nearby. The apartments interior is warm and home-like and the apartment has a nice view of an old church (although there is an ugly building right next to it). In sum: we had a wonderful stay!
Great flat, spacious & high ceilings, great shower and well maintained. Quiet neighbourhood (very nice area) & close to amenities. Owners were great to deal with and its nice that they care
Excellent communication with the host throughout. Greeted warmly. We had everything we needed at the apartment. Lots of lovely small touches. The neighbourhood is very chilled and bohemian. Lots of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Much more fun than being in town, which is just a 10 min walk away. Would happily stay there again.
Great flat, great hosts! The flat is spacious and comfortable, and in a very convenient location on the Brighton/Hove border. Emma met us at the flat on a Friday evening to let us in and was very graceful when we were late. The hot water didn't work on the second morning we were there but Stephen responded very quickly and told us where the switch was to turn it back on again.
Very beautiful house, great location and equipped with everything we needed. Thanks for everything!
Om værten, Debra
I, Debra (39), am originally from NZ and my fiance, Stephen (43), is a Canadian who runs a small software development firm from home. We have been in the UK for approximately 13 years and have a 2 year old daughter.
We value peace and quiet, don't drink or smoke and like to live an ethical, eco friendly lifestyle. We love to travel and are experienced house and pet sitters with profiles and references available online.
Our home is available to rent while we are on house sitting assignments or away visting family in NZ or Canada. We feel very lucky to have such a lovely home in Brighton and hope others enjoy it as much as we do!