Brighton Court Craven Hotel

2 Atlingworth St., Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1PL, United Kingdom
Brighton Court Craven Hotel
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by erictilley

Looking for inexpensive,(100 quid or less/night) lodging during the Brighton Music Festival in late May.

Any and all suggestions welcome.



RE: Lodging?

by wygela

Hi, try They have a good variety of hotels and guest houses. You should have no trouble getting something for under £100. Stay away from Upper Rock Gardens or lower Rock gardens unless you like the seedier side of town.( lots of homeless drunks) Is the festival at Preston Park. There should be some hotels around there. Bear in mind that parking will be impossible in that area during that weekend.

RE: RE: Lodging?

by erictilley

Thanks for the reply. Any VTers want to party with two wild and crazy straight American dudes from L.A., should email me ASAP! We'll be there for the weekend of the 21st. May. It's a "Quadrophenia Quest"! Let me buy the first round! Stay Young!

RE: Lodging?

by wittsy

most of the smaller hotels in regency square will be well under 100 quid/night...

Travel Tips for Brighton

Walk the 'promonade' along the...

by tazmaniak

Walk the 'promonade' along the sea front from the Palace Pier to Hove (actually). Wander through The Lanes with its quant shoppes and eateries and take a visit through the Royal Pavillion ... a treat for the lovers of architecture. Lying on the pebble beach with friends ... dipping into the icy channel on a hot summers day. Endless conversations with friends and lots of lovely bodies to admire too!

English pubs


For many locals the English pubs are their second home and a perfect place for conversation.

English Pubs usually don't have a waiter service. You have to go to the bar to buy your drinks and to pay immediately after your order. The beers for sale are either on draught (on tap), in bottles or cans.

Famous types of british beers are: Ale, Mild, Bitter and Stout.

Always a good idea to study form first!!

by Mariajoy

Despite the title of this tip - I actually believe in *close your eyes and stick a pin in a name* - it will help you pick a winner as effectively as any experienced punter could! Racing Form Booklet. It just gives you a list of all the dogs in each race and how well they did in previous races. In my limited experience (ie once!) of dog racing, this has no bearing on who the actual winner will be!

The Ship Inn is a nice place...

by steventilly

The Ship Inn is a nice place to stay or to just come for a meal or a drink. It is set on what once was the waterfront, amongst the old warehouses that now house craft and pottery shops. While The Mermaid (above) was frequented by smugglers, The Ship was a base for the Excise men and there is a lot of memorabilia in The Ship relating to this. See their web site for more information.


by themajor about Dockerills

I have a worrying fascination for old fashioned ironmongers - 'er, that's the shops, not the people! I'm not quite sure what it is about them as I'll never get around to using 99% of what they stock. I rather think it's the huge variety of shiny things on display. Compartmentalized and intriguing like some mysterious, chocolate stuffed advent calendar there are plenty of items you might never have seen before or even believed existed. In most peoples' everyday lives one seldom gets the chance to study an impressive array of brass letterboxes of porcelain doorknobs - well, a postman does, but only one at a time.

This is definitely the shop to visit when you are suffering from one of those "If only I had a ...." moments. You can fill in the gap yourselves but this might include - doorstop, decent lock, spare key, bulb for my torch, stencil paintbrush, a brass number 3 etc
This is the shop where overheard conversations often begin, "Have you got one of those things that slips under that bit that sticks out from underneath those funny..." You get my drift? Luckily there are plenty of knowledgable staff on hand to help you put into words exactly what it is you might be after.

Shop opening times.
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m to 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. One of those things that slips under... Pence to pounds.


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