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Welcome to Brighton
Our building was built in the early part of the 19th Century, and as inspiration for its interior decoration, we have taken the City’s Regency heritage, seen at its most flamboyant in the Royal Pavilion. Each of our five guest rooms are named after someone or something associated with the Prince Regent, later to become King George IV, who built the Pavilion and first established Brighton as a fashionable seaside resort.
We hope that you find it interesting, comfortable and relaxing.
Prince Regent Room bathroom with walk-in shower
Brunswick Room with bay window
Brunswick Room with king size bed
King Deluxe Rooms
The Prince Regent and Brunswick rooms are on the upper floors of the building, facing the front and enjoy partial views of the sea from the bay windows. The elegant antique furnishings give these rooms a warm inviting feel.
The Prince Regent Room is named after the man who, as well as building the Royal Pavilion, did much to popularise Brighton as a fashionable resort.
The Brunswick Room is named after Caroline of Brunswick, the wife of the Prince Regent and later Queen of the United Kingdom when the Prince became King George IV.
Villiers & Fitzherbert Room bathrooms
Villiers Room with smart TV and view over houses across to the i360
Villiers Room with double bed
The Fitzherbert and Villiers rooms are compact in size and located on the upper floors of the building facing the rear, and overlook the tranquil courtyard garden.
The Fitzherbert Room is named after Maria Fitzherbert, the first wife of the future George IV, however the marriage was invalid under English civil law because his father, King George III, had not consented to it.
The Villiers Room is named after Francis Villiers, Countess of Jersey, she was the favourite mistress of George IV for more than nine years - "a scintillating society woman, a heady mix of charm, beauty, and sarcasm"
Steine Room bathroom
Steine Room with single bed
Steine Room with window facing the garden
This cosy single occupancy en-suite room is located on the ground floor at the rear of the house, overlooking the tranquil courtyard garden. It's perfect for a single guest on business or pleasure.
The Steine Room is named after the historic area of Brighton where the then Prince of Wales chose to build a summer residence to entertain his friends.
SINGLE ROOM : 7 m² / 75 ft²
Luxury Hypnos mattress
Tea & coffee
Nespresso coffee machine