Boutique Cottage in the fashionable South Lanes
|Location:||South East, England|
|Sleeps:||8 (3 bedrooms)|
Car not essential
|Suitability:||Children, No elderly|
|Rates:||from 770.00 pw|
Nestled down one of Brighton's oldest twitten lanes, this property has all the glamour of a boutique hotel and is superbly situated in the heart of the cities most fashionable shopping and dining district, the South Lanes. The row of three cottages along Black lion lane, are reputedly the oldest houses in Brighton, dating back to 1565.
NEW! Available to book with the next door property - Smugglers Retreat for groups up to 16.
Decorated with oodles of designer flair and character; this secluded retreat has been lavishly bought up to date by it's owners, Tom Pike and his wife, TV’s interior designer Sophie Robinson.
As soon as you set foot in the door, take in the exotic delights. Walls are adorned with dancing birds and butterflies, lavish wall sconces and baroque mirrors. The design is kitch and eclectic making this property a truly original and exclusive place to stay; from the canary yellow tiled double shower wet-room to the choice of three boudoir themed bedrooms, every room has a talking point.
This is the ideal place to base yourself for a taste of everything that Brighton has to offer. Should you want to leave your birdcage, the very best in central Brighton's bars, restaurants and night-life are all on your doorstep and only 2 minutes to the beach itself!
The fanciful open plan living room is furnished with everything you need to feel utterly at home; squashy sofa's, a well stocked bookcase, snug rugs and a gold button back armchair. The house is fully teched out with wall mounted TV, surround sound, i-pod dock, DVD player and WiFi. Double sofa bed to sleep a further 2 guests.
The mini micro kitchen is kitted out with hob, microwave oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge, so everything is arranged for quick convenience. The property does not offer a dining area, but with Brighton's best restaurants on your doorstop, you won't want to stay in to cook!
The Bird Bath
The provocative boutique bathroom is decorated in exquisite mirrored wallpaper and canary yellow metro tiles. Luxuriate or muck about in the wet room with open plan twin showers!
The Liquorice Suite
The top floor of the house has bags of character and the design continues along the quirky theme. Walls are papered in exotic bird printed & striking black stripes with crystal wall lights. Zip lock beds give flexibility for this bedroom to be arranged as a twin or a generous double. There is a vintage washbasin and ample storage. WOW!
The Raj Room
Indian antiques and textiles make this room ooze lavish luxury. Custom made window shutters block out the light and sound so perfect for a secluded lie in. There is a private washbasin and plenty of storage for clothes. Crisp white bedlinen and towels are provided.
The Bijou Boudoir
Deep Sapphire blue walls with upholstered panelling make this the cosiest nook in the house. Ship style window shutters block out the light for a well deserved lie in. The beds can be arranged as two singles or a double and are dressed with crisp white linen.
Their is a small outside roofed terrace for enjoying the sea air.
Accommodation, Facilities and Services
|General:||Central heating, Internet Access
|Bedrooms:||3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8|
|Lounge:||Satellite/Cable TV, CD Player, DVD Player
|Kitchen/Utility:||Hob, Fridge, Microwave, Dishwasher
|Access:||Car not essenti
Multi-storey Car Parks nearby.
Linen provided, Towels provided
|Period||Weekly||Weekend per night||Midweek per night||Minimum Stay|
|Low season||890.00||215.00||135.00||4 Days|
|Mid season||1,040.00||252.00||157.00||4 Days|
|High season||1,185.00||287.00||180.00||4 Days|
Deposit/Booking Notes: 30% non refundable deposit is required to secure the booking, the balance is due 28 days prior to arrival and we also require a security deposit that is payable 2 weeks before your arrival. This is refundable within 7 working days of your departure.
£100 Christmas/New Year Surcharge
£50 Bank Holiday Surcharge
|Holiday Type:||Beach, Local Nightlife, Historic/Sightseeing, Town/City, Family|
Location descriptionSussex region
80 miles of coastline means super beaches for the family; here are lovely gardens, history and heritage; castles, abbeys, priories, stately homes and historic houses. There are family amusement parks and wildlife centres; the nostalgic, the curious and the simply fun, including museums of bygones, steam railways and caves. Sussex boasts numerous theatres and arts festivals, golf courses, horse racing, many ancient churches and buildings plus large Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty over the South Downs and Ashdown Forest, (including the soon-to-be-designated South Downs National Park) - and don't forget the Sussex Pub!
Brighton and Hove
England’s loveliest and liveliest city by the sea. Brighton and Hove is fun, cosmopolitan and uniquely eccentric all year round. Regency architecture, pleasure pier, specialist shops, pavement cafés, lively arts scene and vibrant nightlife everything’s in walking distance, so take time to explore and enjoy.And with a backdrop of the Sussex Downs and traditional English countryside, Brighton and Hove is a great base for exploring the region. Brighton and Hove is the most enchanting, exciting, extraordinary seaside city in Britain. With its cosmopolitan air, oodles of restaurants, feverish nightlife and abundance of culture, the place defies comparison with anywhere else this side of the English Channel.
For centuries it has been regarded as a ‘pleasure dome’, and that’s not about to change. If you love life, welcome to Brighton and Hove.
Location info courtesy of http://tourism.brighton.co.uk/attractions/ - with thanks.
Tourist attractionsRoyal Pavillion and Gardens
|Nearest Railway Station:||Brighton||0.05km|
|Nearest Ferry Port:||Newhaven||10km|
|Nearest Bus Station:||Brighton||0.01km|
|Nearest Beach:||Brighton and Hove||0.01km|
Gatwick international airport is half an hour by road and rail from Brighton. The M23 connects Gatwick to Brighton and the London -Brighton rail link passes through Gatwick train station which is an integral part of the airport.
Heathrow international airport is on the M25 which connects with the M23 at junction 7. There is a direct coach link to Gatwick or you can take the underground (Picadilly line) to London Victoria and catch a train or coach to Brighton.
From London: the M25/23 link provides road access from London and the rest of the country.
From east and west: the main A27 and the A259 coast road connect Brighton to citys west and east. The A259 passes right along Brighton seafront.
National Express coaches depart for Brighton from London Victoria coach station 19 times a day.
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|Primary Telephone:||01273 608378|
|Secondary Telephone:||+44 (0) 8450 941 694|
|Agent joined website:||13 January 2009|
|Property listed since:||25 November 2010|
|Link to owners website:||www.crown-gardens.co.uk/properties/the-birdcage/|
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