Urban House

20-21 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PD, United Kingdom

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  • Families60
  • Couples31
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  • Business23
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    We're really surprised by the negative comments regarding Urban House. We have stayed there 2 times and we were really pleased with both rooms (sea view, 4 poster bed, clean and comfortable)...

    It's nice to go back to a hotel and see the same friendly faces on reception and the staff are very friendly and accomodating.

    The location is perfect and I'd certainly recommend the hotel. I must admit - a few areas need updating, but it's a work in progress - we'll definitely be back!

    Unique Quality: Our room had a fantastic view of the pier!

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Forum Posts

Golf courses

by inmaculada31

Do you know any golf course in Brighton and eastbourne or near for a non member to play? Thanks

Re: Golf courses

by chelston

Hi, I'm not a golfer but I'm a local.

There are a few golf courses in Brighton - two of them might suit you:

East Brighton Golf Club
voice(01273) 604838
Fax: (01273) 680277
Roedean Road, Brighton, BN2 5RA

Waterhall - (01273) 508 658 is just north of Brighton. http://www.waterhallgolf.org.uk/

The most attractive course is nearer to Eastbourne. It is on the cliffs just east of Seaford. Fantastic location on Seaford Head. You don't need to be a member.


You might want to book a time in advance of your trip so that you get to play.

Re: Golf courses

by chelston

I've just realised that you are the same person who asked about trips from Eastbourne!

I have another suggestion for you.

You can drive along the coast to Rottingdean (or take a bus the number 700 goes from Eastbourne along the coast). There is a mini golf course there. Not very taxing for a serious golfer, but then there are some good pubs in Rottingdean so you might not want to play all day. I'd particularly recommend the Black Horse (on the main road away from the seafront) for atmosphere, and The Coach House (near to the sea) for food.

Travel Tips for Brighton

The Prince regent

by sourbugger

The BBC comedy series 'Blackadder the third' was based around Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) and his sidekick Baldrick serving the idiotic Prince George: "described by almost everyone as a fat, flatulent git".

The son of the mad George III, the role (played by Hugh Lawrie) mimics the real life George who reigned as regent before his fathers death in 1820 - owning to the fact that his father thought he was a large tub of begonia most of the time.

As regent, he was given over to massive self-indulgence. It is this period that the real-life prince was intimately associated with Brighton. He built the Brighton Pavillion, and could pursue his 'aesthetic' tastes there. What happens in Brighton stays in Brighton !

Get it out on DVD, it's one of the funniest series you will ever watch.

Walk along the seacoast, and...

by Zlur

Walk along the seacoast, and down by the beach, here you'll see lots of old fishing boats and warehouses, and can sit at a cafe and soak up the sun! Notice the Old Pier in the background which was destroyed some time ago! Exploring the narrow cobbled streets..

Eerie Blue Glow

by biggeorge

Should you happen across a toilet that emits a sinister blue glow , it's not aliens , but a UV light so junkies can't find their veins to inject heroin.
Ask yourself if it happened so much that they put the lights in is this really the place to be after dark , maybe you hould go in the park like normal people.

In memory of William Friese-Greene

by gordonilla

I am not even sure where the plaque shown in the picture is located. However it commemorates the work done by William Friese-Green - he was the inventor of cinematography, and had carried out the original experiments at a location in Brighton. His work has led to a world-wide industry.

Climb to the top of St. Mary's...

by hayward68

Climb to the top of St. Mary's Church for a spectacular view of the surrounding area. But make sure your descent doesn't coincide with the ringing of the bells. You have to go past them and they would deafen you!


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Address: 20-21 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PD, United Kingdom