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Guest and the City
2 Broad Street


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A Warm welcome awaits you at the relaxed and comfortable Guest and the City boutique Guesthouse, with just seven private bedrooms, ideally situated in the heart of kemptown, minutes from the centre of Brighton, 30 seconds from the beach and the world famous Palace Pier.Brighton is the most enchanting, exciting, extraordinary seaside city in Britain. However brazen that may sound, it is no exaggeration. Brighton beachfront is a buzzing playground of swimming, surfing, sailing, basketball, volleyball, skateboarding and more. Away from the water there are plenty of activities - enjoy a day at Brighton Races or try out a great, simple to use audio walking tour from Cool City Walks or Tourist Tracks. The rolling South Downs are great for walking or cycling, and all year round there are hundreds of events from the famous London to Brighton Veteran Car Run to power boat racing and kite festivals. When visiting Brighton, shopping is a must. Brighton truly is a shopper's paradise. Wander through the 17th century Brighton Lanes and browse through antiques, jewellery and famous labels. Or check out Brighton's North Lane for a laid-back bohemian charm and over 300 unique, individual and quirky shops, offering everything from vintage clothing to vegetarian shoes.We take great pride in our accommodation, providing both superior and standard double rooms, all decorated and furnished in a tasteful, modern style great attention to detail.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises (Only working pets are allowed). Lock-up garage provided (Room for 1 car) and parking permits for parking facilities near by. Children from the age of 5yrs and above. Check-in time: 14:00 check-out time: 11:00

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