Norfolk Terrace, Brighton
This contemporary flat is a great bolthole for a couple who want their hideaway close to fun, and to the sea. Norfolk Terrace sits above Brighton’s city centre with all the sights of this arty town at close reach. The apartment is a stylish little gem, with modern furniture sat alongside beautiful stained glass windows.
Brighton itself is renowned for its bustling atmosphere, its busy pier and the clusters of unique boutique shops and tucked away eating places found right across the city. It would make for a great long weekend getaway for a couple – and if you have a little longer, the city is a great starting point from which to explore the South English countryside.
Hop through the front door and up the steps inside to Norfolk Terrace, and you’ll find a living area, flooded with light thanks to the flat’s big windows. This first floor apartment is a stylish space, with wooden flooring, and handpicked pieces of furniture – including a comfy sofa for relaxing in the evenings, along with an armchair and coffee table. Up above you are stained glass windows, which give the flat a really bespoke feel.
Just alongside this is the apartment’s kitchen area, with all you could need for cooking while you’re away. There’s even a dishwasher, so no washing up. The dining table is right next to here, so you can enjoy a meal in.
From the flat, you get angled sea views over a quiet garden, making this a great place to enjoy a peaceful stay, close to Brighton’s main attractions. There’s also a cosy bedroom, with a double bed, and a neat and shiny bathroom with a shower.
You can enjoy unlimited free wifi during your stay at Norfolk Terrace. There is on street ‘Pay and Display’ parking on the road outside, although lots of adventures here are just a short shuffle away, with the coast less than half a mile down the road, and a pub only a stone’s throw away. Those coming by train are less than a mile from the station.
While you’re here, we recommend you first head into the city and let yourself get lost. Brighton contains a wealth of hidden side streets with quirky food places, artisan coffee shops and independent craftmaker’s stores. Once you’ve wandered a while, check out the city’s Royal Pavilion, which offers a taste of history like nothing else we’ve ever seen in England. It looks like something akin to the Taj Mahal, and was built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, mixing regency grandeur with the visual styles of India and China.
Dinner can be anything you’d like, from the fancy fine dining you’ll find in the city, to fish and chips on the pebbled beach. And if you want to head further afield for a day exploring other great towns nearby, you’re not far from Chichester, Portsmouth or Hastings.
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Norfolk Terrace, Brighton
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