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Guest and the City Gay Friendly Adults Only Guest House, Broad Street, Brighton
Guest and the City is a beautifully styled boutique guest house with seven fabulous en-suite bedrooms. This little beauty is situated in the heart of Brighton’s gay village in Kemp Town, minutes from the centre of Brighton, 30 seconds from the beach and the world famous Brighton Palace Pier. All of the bedrooms are equipped with flat screen TVs, DVD and CD players, and the two superior double bedrooms feature stained glass Brighton windows opening onto a private balcony/sun room that provide “cheeky” views of the sea. On the top floor is a Loft Suite consisting of two double bedrooms with private wet room and kitchenette area. David and Eric, the friendly and hard working couple who own and run this fabulous little gem, take great pride in the quality and finish of their accommodations, and goodness me doesn't it just show. Guest and the City is tastefully chic modern in style with great attention to detail that provides a warm friendly atmosphere that is David and Eric's ethos, thus providing a friendly an comfortable stylish base for their guests to enjoy their holiday in Brighton. Breakfasting in the bright and airy dining room is a delight where the tables are graced with the finest quality fresh local fare. This is the Guest and the City experience provided by David and Eric.
Gay Friendly Guest House Brighton
The Twenty One Gay Friendly Guest House, Charlotte Street, Brighton
Amongst a row of neat period townhouses in a quiet residential street sits this beautiful gem of a guest house. Once inside, the eye is drawn to the beautiful decor, furnishings and period props that just make this immaculate house so special. The bedrooms are a delight with balcony rooms from which you get a cheeky views of the sea through the geraniums. The two smashing hosts here are Suzie and Telly who have left nothing to chance from the very generous welcome tray to the fluffy white bathrobes and slippers. Please do remember to leave room for the breakfasts.
Gay Lesbian Friendly Guest House Brighton
Snooze, Gay Friendly Lesbian Guest House, St Georges Terrace, Brighton
The Snooze Guest House has to be one of the funkiest places to stay in Brighton, if not in the UK. This award winning boutique guest house is located in Brighton’s quirky Kemptown district. Snooze is full of ingenuity, it is unique and its design is without imitation providing a truly creative setting for you to enjoy a really memorable and relaxing getaway. Snooze is about attitude, the atmosphere and the way the friendly Snooze
crew run things. You’ll be well looked after here: it’s laid back and unpretentious with touches of luxury and lovingly prepared breakfasts. Stay
in one of the 6 Snooze bedrooms; uniquely styled, they’re a fabulous original mix of vintage and contemporary design. Created with equal amounts
of flair, love and imagination, they’re very spacious and fully en-suite. Five are large doubles and one is available as a twin or superkingsize room. All of the rooms come equipped with free Wi-Fi, TV, DAB alarm clock radio, hot drink stuff, fluffy Egyptian cotton towels and lovely comfy beds with feather down duvets and pillows all dressed with crisp white cotton linen. Your booking includes a full range of freshly cooked breakfasts
from their menu to be enjoyed in their bright and airy Snoozed-up breakfast room. For that ultimate Snooze vibe, bolt up and kick back in one
of their super new suites. Tucked away on the top floor, their penthouses have original seventies decor and true vintage styling, experience unrivalled decadence and luxury Snooze-style! Huge floor space with shag pile carpet, a bed to die for, plenty of lounging space and all your
21st century needs catered for. Big Freeview TV with DVD player, ipod docking station, DAB radio, sumptuous linen, fluffy bathrobes and a
double shower in the stunning en-suite bathrooms. All this and breakfast in bed. How fabulously cool is that! What a great stay in Brighton.
Gay Lesbian Friendly Guest House Brighton
Brighton House, Gay Lesbian Friendly Guest House, Regency Square, Brighton
Stunning best describes this immaculately presented regency townhouse guest house conveniently situated close to the seafront, the historic
Lanes and colourful North Laine, and the recently renovated Cultural Quarter. It has a romantic 4-poster bedroom, balcony room, and a
variety of other bedrooms, all of which are simply fabulous. All rooms are fully en-suite and are equipped with TVs, fans for the summer, tea
and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and free WiFi access. Apart from the obvious comforts and delicious breakfasts, the real emphasis
is the timeless sense of elegance and style that flows effortlessly throughout this beautiful guest house. Brighton House is owned by Lucho who together with his manager Carl and friendly team of staff pride themselves on their distinctive ‘green’ eco-friendly accommodation that provides
a clean, comfortable, stylish and environmentally friendly ‘home from home’ feel, where you can relax and switch off in tranquil surroundings.
Gay lesbian Friendly Budget Guest House Accommodation Brighton
Kipps Gay Lesbian Friendly Budget Accommodation, Grand Parade, Brighton
Kipps Brighton is a small quirky but incredibly friendly budget guest house which provides perhaps some of the cheapest accommodation in Brighton. So if you are on a budget, Kipps is the place for you. It provides clean, comfortable accommodation with double, single and dorm-type rooms, all
of which have shower and wash hand-basin facilities. Although Kipps is a budget no-frills place to stay, the facilities are very good: licensed bar, outside terrace, lounge area with DVD, Nintendo Wii, digital television and free Internet access. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the guest house. Whilst Kipps provides budget accommodation, their claim to fame is that they are the only hostel that overlooks the Royal Pavilion & is
just a short stroll from many of Brighton's major attractions: Museum, Art Gallery, the theatres Royal and Dome, not forgetting the famous pier. Damian who heads the happy Kipps team is a friendly guy and very modest to boot, so don't take everything you read on his website at face value. Kipps is a fabulous gay friendly place to stay if you are coming to visit Brighton on a budget. It may be cheap but it's spotlessly clean. Fabulous.
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