The Beach Pad

Brighton, East Sussex

The Beachpad is a conveniently and centrally located townhouse guest accommodation, in a vibrant part of the city, with well proportioned shower en-suites rooms. The seafront is a stone throw away, at the end of the street and is located with access to all of Brightons attractions. All rooms have white linen and TV's. Enhanced WiFi is also available.

Double glazing to the front of the building so as to improve comfort for our guests.

Self Assessed 3 Stars Guest House
The Beach Pad staff are able to arrange a wide variety of recreational activities including; indoor climbing, sailing, kayaking, mountain biking, windsurfing, paint balling, off-road motor sports, kite surfing and orienteering. All available to individuals, small groups or even those who are celebrating a stag/hen weekend. The Beach Pad is in a great central location, which means that we are within 5 minutes walking distance of all the major attractions.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • Brighton Sea Life Centre (0.1 mi)
  • The Brighton SEA LIFE centre offers a fun and educational day out whatever the weather. With over 150 species and 57 displays, you will be hard pressed to find a more enjoyable day for the whole family! Watch in amazement as giant turtles and sharks glide above you in our underwater tunnel. Come and visit our Tropical Reef - Complete with a shark encircled wreck and breath taking tropical coral, you can make it your own adventure!
  • Kemp Town Village (0.7 mi)
  • Kemp Town Village is the place for stylish and relaxed shopping, grooming and dining. The compact village has a stunning variety of independent, bohemian, designer and fun businesses.There's plenty of parking in the vicinity though we're on the number 7 bus route just one street from the seafront
  • Brighton Pavillion (0.3 mi)
  • The Royal Pavilion's lavish interiors combine Chinese-style decorations with magnificent furniture and furnishings. Adorned with gilded dragons, carved palm trees and imitation bamboo staircases, the Palace's unique style mixes Asian exoticism with English eccentricity. Daring and inventive colours feature throughout, and there are many original items on loan from HM The Queen.
  • Brighton Pier (0.1 mi)
  • The Brighton Pier just a minutes walk to the victorian pier. Free to enter with a variety of attractions, bars and and food stalls.
  • Brighton Centre (0.3 mi)
  • Brightons conference and largest venue location just a 5 minute walk from the Beachpad along the beachfront.
  • Nearby Activities
  • Indoor Climbing (5 mi)
  • A number of sites are available nearby for individual or group climbing. These sites have varying degrees of difficulty.
M23
(5.0mi, 8.0km)

From the junction of the M23 leading to Brighton continue towards central Brighton, Brighton seafront on the A23.

This road will bring you past the Royal Pavillion and opposite the Brighton Pier.

At the roundabout opposite the Pier take a left and Broad Street is 4th on the left along Marine Parade.
Station
(1.0mi, 1.6km)

From the Station either catch a cab (approx £4) or travel down to the seafront along Queens Road until you reach the coast road.

Turn left (east) towards the Brighton Pier.

Broad Street can be found on the other side of the Brighton Pier on Marine Parade (4th left from roundabout opposite Brighton Pier).

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