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Ainsley House
28 New Steine

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A Four diamond Small Hotel where all bedrooms are a smoke free zone.
Our location is ideal for visitors wishing to explore Brighton. By day, we are a short ten minute walk to the famous Lanes, The Royal Pavilion, and the Brighton Museum, shop till you drop in the town then of to Brightons Palace Pier, and the sea shore, just 4 minutes away.

The Volkes electric railway will whisk you of to the Brighton Marina village where you can enjoy the restaurants, the shops and take a boat ride to the West Pier.

By night we are minutes away from the night clubs, Theatres, Restaurants, and gambling casinos found locally.

Set in a quite garden square a good nights sleep is assured. In the morning you will enjoy the fresh cooked traditional English breakfasts and the vegetarian fare, prepared and served by your resident hosts Laurence and Christine in a pleasant friendly atmosphere.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 9
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