Enjoy the Area

Brighton is a diverse and cultured city

Brighton is a diverse and cultured city with something for everyone. Its history as a destination for the royal family and aristocracy ensured that alongside the Royal Pavillion (built as a royal palace), Brighton's regency architecture makes it a unique and beautiful seaside destination to visit.

Over the years, it's coastal location and proximity to London have ensured continued investment to ensure Brighton's growth as a destination of culture and fun. Whether you want to enjoy the architectural beauty of the city or the fun of the beach or nightlife, Brighton will have plenty to entertain you during your stay. We have put together a few suggestions of things to do and see. Click on the links that interest you and see if it gives you some inspiration!



Brighton has the largest amount of restaurants per head outside London we believe! Here are a few of our favourites to get you going...

The Ivy in the Lanes

The Ivy in the Lanes

The Ivy in the Lanes, 51a Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AF

Known for: Beautiful interior and exterior, great food and outstanding service.

The Ivy Collection’s first coastal site is located in the grade II listed old post office, situated within the historic lanes. The Ivy in the Lanes is open seven days a week, offering sophisticated and friendly all-day dining to local businesses, residents, shoppers and visitors alike. Offering a selection of all-encompassing menus, serving breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, light snacks, bespoke cocktails and dinner. There is also a private dining room seating up to 20 guests and canapé receptions for up to 40 guests.


The Salt Room

The Salt Room

The Salt Room, 106 King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU

Known for: Seafront restaurant specialising in seafood and steaks. Booking is highly advisable.

Boasting uninterrupted views of the Brighton seafront and iconic West Pier ruins, The Salt Room is a modern British seafood restaurant that celebrates cooking over coal. Winner of the Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2017


The Flint House

The Flint House

The Flint House, 13 Hanningtons Lane, Brighton, BN1 1GS

Known for: Small plates, beautiful surroundings & fabulous roof terrace.

A modern restaurant and bar by Gingerman Restaurant Group’s Ben and Pamela McKellar.

Located in the heart of the famous Brighton Lanes, The Flint House offers counter-level dining, small plates with beautiful wines by the glass, a glamorous first-floor cocktail bar and rooftop terrace.




Kindling, 69 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ

Known for: Sustainable, local and ethical food cooked over fire.

Kindling are focused on local, seasonal and sustainable produce, supporting the community, ethical food and reducing their carbon footprint. Using carefully sourced local produce, supporting small suppliers and local farmers. Their focus on a regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems.


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