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27 Brighton Guesthouse is a chichi little B&B on the fringes of Kemptown offering five opulently-styled rooms, a lovely posh breakfast and a serene ambience.

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You're within walking distance of the beach and Kemptown village (five minutes), as well as the Royal Pavilion, craft pubs and boho shops of North Laine (less than ten minutes). We recommend Black Dove, a hip little bar on St James's Street.

Located on a busy road, there's no car park, but cheap on-street parking is nearby.

By car: over 2 hours from London and Oxford, and 3 hours from Bristol. Paid parking available nearby.

By train: trains from London Victoria and London Bridge take around an hour. The station is a 20-minute walk away (or five minutes in a taxi). Book trains to Brighton.

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Behind its narrow, slate-grey Georgian townhouse façade hides an opulent interior - no doubt influenced by its grand neighbour, the extravagant Royal Pavilion. An abundance of gilt, mahogany and chinoiserie embellishments adorn the hotel, compemented by stylish grey, white and blue tones.


Warm and affable hosts (and owners) Wayne and Diego are always on hand to help or offer recommendations on where to eat and drink. All rooms come equipped with David Bramwell's 'Cheeky Guide to Brighton'.

  • Adult-only
  • Free Wi-Fi


Individually-styled and named bedrooms have quirky wallpaper, antiques and colourful wall accoutrements. Facilities include coffee machines, decanters of sherry and Clusia plants to help aid sleep, and all have modern ensuite wet rooms.

Room types: Steine, Fitzherbert, Villiers, Brunswick, Prince Regent

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, luxury bathrobes, tea and coffee-making facilities, decanter of sherry, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Breakfast is served in the period dining room and is worth taking your time over. Fresh fruit and yoghurt, porridge or granola are followed by a choice of hot dishes, plus endless good coffee. We loved that breakfast is a serious affair, from the willow pattern china and cafetiere coffee to the freshly baked bread.

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