The best of Brighton

The great thing about Brighton, is that it isn’t just a seaside city to enjoy during the summer months, as there’s always so much to do, so it’s the perfect escape all year round. The Brighton Photo Biennial is on throughout October, so make sure you take a look at what’s on so you can make the most of the UK’s leading curated photography festival. If you’re new to Brighton, here are a few other must dos that we’d recommend too.

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The North Laine is at the top of our list for a weekend wander. Whether you’re just visiting or live in the city, it never gets old. It’s a great place to get sucked into the lively Brighton atmosphere, and with treasure troves like Snoopers Paradise, there’s plenty of places to get lost in to hide from the cold. Make sure you’ve got some change for the Photomatic Photo Booth for a bit of fun, too.

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Kensington Gardens in Brighton’s North Laine (northlaine.co.uk)

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The Royal Pavilion is a magical part of Brighton’s history, built as a seaside palace for King George IV over 200 years ago. Even having a stroll through the gardens to take a look at the regency x India design style is a treat for the eyes. For the full experience you can step inside and have a tour. Buy your ticket online and you can save yourself 10% too.

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Swing by…

Finish your visit off by booking a table with us, so you can enjoy the full Isaac At tasting experience. Whether you’re down for the weekend, or visiting mid-week, we’re open Tuesday to Saturday evening for dinner and Saturday for lunch. You’ll be able to get comfortable in our relaxed space and tuck into eight courses created from the best quality Sussex produce, all cooked for you in our open kitchen. Don’t forget to ask Alex about our new Sussex Flight alcoholic and juice pairing menus too, for the full experience. Check availability here for your preferred date.

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Slow cooked port belly, smoked broccoli puree and broccoli tops

Snooze…

Brighton has some great accommodation options to suit all budgets and depending on what you’re after. Hotel Pelirocco is a fun boutique hotel with a rock n roll theme in Regency Square, or Blanch House is a 3 star hotel nearby in Kemptown. You can have a look at Visit Brighton’s other recommendations here too.

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‘Bettie’s Boudoir’ at Hotel Pelirocco (image from http://www.hotelpelirocco.co.uk/)

Visiting Brighton for a little longer? Have a look at Visit Brighton’s 48 hour and 72 hour guides here for more inspiration and things to do.