Jarvis Preston Park Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

216 Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 6UU, United Kingdom
Preston Park Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more and rated 36% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo12
  • Business17

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B&B - 1 night

by mandybailey

Hi, I'm getting really frustrated! Every B&B/hotel that I look at has a 2 night minimum stay at weekends! Can anyone suggest a nice place to stay that's central and allows 1 night stays? No more than £90 a night. Thanks!

Re: B&B - 1 night

by Sophia_uk



If you check out the above website they are mainly backpacker places, very nice though. But, they are used to having people come and go and as far as I am aware, you don't need to stay 2 nights at the weekend.

Hope this helps!

Travel Tips for Brighton

Unique Boutiques

by gabriellefox

I am not a huge fan of shopping - I know - a general gasp of disbelief slipped out. However Brighton offers such a unique array or independent boutiques and larger chain stores that there is something for everyone.

The Lanes is a retail, leisure and residential area with the seafront at its southern edge. It is characterised by a collection of narrow alleyways following the street pattern of the original fishing-based settlement, the resident businesses in The Lanes are predominantly independent boutiques jewellers, antique shops, restaurants and pubs.

Churchill Square is an indoor shopping centre which includes mainstream retail shops, restaurants and car parking spaces. It was originally built in the 1960s as an open-air pedestrianised shopping centre, but was completely rebuilt in 1998.

The North Laine area is a retail, leisure and residential area situated immediately north of The Lanes. Its name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word "Laine" meaning "fields". The North Laine contains a mix of businesses dominated by cafés, avant-garde shops, and theatres. However, its character is gradually changing. Due to property price rises and the expense of local council taxes, many small privately owned businesses are finding rents increasingly unaffordable in the area and are being replaced by larger entertainment chains and leisure companies which is such a shame. If I have to go through the ordeal of shopping - I love to disover something a little different that you can not buy through the large national and international chain stores. Whilst those few independent boutiques can hang on in there it is still possible to discover unique hand made bags, purses, jewellery and clothes. It makes for a fantastic souvenier of your time in Brighton and it is always lovely to be able to report that you bought it from a chic boutique when some one asks where you got it. You can reply secure in the knowledge that you will not be seeing them with the same item any time in the near future.

Fishing Museum

by socrates_07

I think, everyone knows, England is a country of museums. I like to go to there and it didnt take a long time till I found one. Not a big one but an interesing one. I was tired at that time, a musem like the British Museum would be too much for me at that time anyway....

The british are a odd race of...

by Aragina

The british are a odd race of people, very wary of others, but once you get through the natural stuffyness they can be helpful and polite. Just be polite and courtious and you will win them over. A good idea is always to praise the area you are in and to ask the locals for their knowlege, we love it :-).


by chrismj

If you have a few hours free on a sunny afternoon then it's worth visting Rottingdean for a few hours.

Rottingdean is a village west along the coast from Brighton. You can take a bus from old Steine or the seafront just west of Palace (aka Brighton) Pier.

It used to be a haven for smugglers but it's a sleepy place these days. You get a nice feel of old England if you want a break from cosmopolitan Brighton.

Rudyard Kipling (who wrote the Jungle Book and 'If') lived there and by his cottage there are some nice gardens you can visit. Treat yourself to tea and scones before heading back!

Leeds Castle

by hayward68

This was transformed into a lush castle by Henry VIII. It's situated on 500 acres of grounds and you can wander in the gardens or go get lost in the maze. Yes, we got lost in the maze. You can cheat and ask someone who's already reached the centre to direct you, they're up higher and can see the way ;-)

Open year round the admission varies depending on which time of year you visit, ranging from £9.50 to £12
We drove a car to Leeds Castle but there are several coach buses from London which you drop you off. A train option is also available, a all in one pass takes you to Bearsted Station with shuttle included to the castle. The pass also includes the price of admission. A regular all in one adult pass costs £21.50 from London.


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Address: 216 Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 6UU, United Kingdom