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With Brighton's host of attractions on your doorstep, this stylish pub with rooms that's more like a boutique hotel has impressive, comfortable, contemporary guest rooms and a restaurant serving innovative Modern European cuisine.

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It's fun to walk down Hove's Church Road to discover its shops and cafés. Palmeira Square is to be admired for its elegant 19th-century houses and sea views.

The centre of Brighton is just a few minutes by car or bus - and buses are frequent.

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

By train: London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton takes around 1 hour, after which, a taxi takes 15 minutes. Book trains to Brighton.

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While a pub with rooms, this is very stylish - the slate colour palette combines with bright colour accents. Design touches include quirky antique examples and original contemporary artworks. The revolving Art Deco doors are a lovely feature.


Young staff are friendly and enthusiastic. Being a restaurant with rooms, there aren't any other facilities. While there's no on-site parking, you can park nearby in Princes Avenue.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi

Pets are allowed in two bedrooms (a £35 charge per night), which includes a bowl and bed. Dogs are permitted in the bar but not the restaurant.


There are 11 bedrooms: six on the first floor and five smaller attic rooms above. Like the rest of the property, there are slate grey walls and wood floors. Facilities include a minibar with pre-mixed cocktails, Nespresso machine, kettle and a large TV. Ensuites are spacious, with powerful showers.

Room types: Small double, Large double, Luxury double

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Cowshed bathroom products, coffee machine, premixed 'Ginger' cocktails, radio, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The Restaurant & Bar are contemporary and the impressive food lives up to its surroundings. Modern European dishes are made from local, seasonal produce - and the wine list is good, too. We loved the pork chop with rosti potato and black pudding. There's an orangerie next door, where breakfast is served.

Restaurant & Bar: locally-sourced produce, seasonal menus. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner

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