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Tel code: 01273 | code search
Postcode: BN3 | code search
Population: 91900
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Cross Street Guesthouse
"The B&B itself is lovely and the rooms are very clean and comfortable. Even though the B&B advertise they don't accept pets the owner's own pet was trained by ..." More

Wilton House Veterinary Practice
"I went on line to find out opening hours and their are nowhere to be found!

Date visited: 21.09.2009 ..." More

Imperial Hotel
"Good Points: Very pleasant two-days stay with efficient staff and a fine breakfast. Bad Points: Bar wasn't manned sufficiently.

Date visited: 2009-07-01 ..." More

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"Portslade, Hove - Foredown Water Tower now houses a camera obscura and is fascinating as the views are outstanding drive up Foredown Road and you will see it, a few ..." More

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The Regency splendour of this elegant seaside town near the South Downs, is crammed with unusual shops especially ‘The Lanes’ with antiques and jewellery that will have you reaching for your wallet. The eclectic and cosmopolitan mix of venues to eat or drink in is unmatched. Time is needed to explore this area from the promenade that leads you to the Palace Pier opened in 1899, to the ‘Volks Railway’ which was the first public electric railway in the world opened in 1883, it whisks you along to Brighton Marina, with yachts, restaurants, shops cinema and bowling complex. The town has many museums, one that’s worth a visit is Brighton Museum, showcasing paintings from ‘Old Masters’ dating back to the 15th Century. Of course no visit would be complete without seeing the strikingly impressive Royal Pavilion built in the 19th Century for Prince Regent, who later became King George 1V. If you enjoy the races, choose from the Greyhound Stadium, or the hilltop Brighton Race course. If Norman/Saxon churches fascinate then visit St Helens Church majestically sitting at the top of a hill first parts were built in 1093 and is the oldest structure in Brighton or Hove.


Hove Museum and Art Gallery
West Blatchington Windmill


Grosvenor Casino


Yoga - Dynamic Yoga


Babylon Lounge


Brunswick Square Dental Practice
City Practice


Dr Condon & Partners
Dr Evans & Partners
Dr Higson & Partners
Dr Sharman & Partners
Dr Weighill

Estate Agent

Aston Croft
Crane & Co
Hypa Activ Ltd
Marchant Eric & Co
Sawyer & Co Sales and Lettings

Scandtec Property Consultants
Whitlock & Heaps

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness


The Iron Duke Hotel


George Street Artisans Market
Ralli Hall Market

Performing Arts

The Hanover Band Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Eclipse Public House
Ginger Pig
The Foragers


Caruso Restaurant
Curry Mahal
Ginger Pig
Lum Thai

Slug and Lettuce
The Foragers
Time Restaurant
Topolino Duo


Shore Breaks


D S Bosher & Co
Morris & Warren


Grey's Airport Service
Hove Streamline


Wilton House Veterinary Practice

Sports Clubs

Brighton & Hove CC (Cricket)
Brighton CTC (Hollingbury Park) (Tennis)
Sussex County Cricket Club (Cricket)


Flower House

Pet Pet Pet
Lane & Stedman
Leightons Eyecare Centre
The Naked Eye
White Gallery
Robert Dyas
Holland and Barratt
Coriander Restaurant & Deli
The Natural Store
Sussex Stationers
J J B Sports
Flowers Unlimited
DnK Beauty
Pottery House Cafe


Simon Hunter Antiques Maps



Apex Paragliding School(Airsports)

Places to Stay near Hove

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The Claremont (0.43 miles)

The Claremont

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Elegant, comfortable and stylish hotel rooms combined with intuitive and discreet levels of customer care combine to give you the ultimate in an enhanced stay experience. Visit Britain has awarded us ... More

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Seafield House (0.44 miles)

Seafield House

Regency guesthouse refurbished to extremely high standards in a fresh contemporary design fit for the modern traveller. Enjoy first class comfort in a quiet location yet close to shops, restaurants, the City centre and its ... More | visit website

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Shore Breaks (0.46 miles)

Shore Breaks

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A modern and contemporary, 2 bedroom apartment within a stones throw of the quieter beaches of Hove and a 5 minute taxi ride into the nightlife and bustling town of ... More

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Imperial Hotel (0.52 miles)

Imperial Hotel

The Imperial Hotel is situated on the South Coast of England.We are within minutes of Brighton's town centre. Great care has been taken to create an interior which enhances the magnificent architecture of the building. ... More | visit website

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Lansdowne Place, Boutique Hotel & Spa (0.64 miles)

Lansdowne Place, Boutique Hotel & Spa

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Lansdowne Place, Boutique Hotel & Spa, is a beautiful blend of period features mixed with with contemporary decor. All 84 bedrooms and suites are sunny, ... More

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Brunswick Square Hotel (0.69 miles)

Brunswick Square Hotel
For a memorable visit to Brighton whether business or pleasure, we offer a superb base in the most elegant seafront square in the city of Brighton & Hove a short walk from town and conference ... More | visit website
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Lichfield House (0.71 miles)

Lichfield House

Lichfield House is a grade II listed Georgian Town House situated in a quiet street just off the seafront within the fashionable area of historic Brunswick. Just a 10 minute walk from the centre of ... More | visit website

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Lichfield House (0.71 miles)

Lichfield House
Lichfield House is a listed regency building with contemporary individually designed rooms, only 150 meters from the seafront, in the Brunswick area of the city of Brighton & Hove, and just a stroll away from ... More | visit website
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Princes Marine Hotel (0.74 miles)

Princes Marine Hotel

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This hotel offers spacious, comfortable en suite accommodation on the sea front, within walking distance of Brighton city centre.
Half of the hotel rooms have amazing sea views over the English Channel ... More

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Cross Street Guesthouse (0.74 miles)

Cross Street Guesthouse
From the early days in 1959 when the Cross Street was a coffee bar, Robert Finn has been running this same establishment. The heady, hey days of the 60’s passed in a psychedelic rush of ... More | visit website

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