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Family friendly travelling in Brighton

Most popular areas in Brighton for family-friendly hotels

Brighton is tailor-made for families, with its cool boutiques, theme park rides, and sprawling beach bound to appeal to visitors of all ages. As you might expect, there are certainly plenty of family-friendly pads across the whole town. If you’re after sea views, you’re in luck, because there’s a good number to be found along the coastline, just moments from the beach, while some good hotels can also be found over in hip, buzzing Kemptown. For a more serene stay, pick a hotel in quiet Hove.

Top family-friendly hotels in Brighton

If you want a perfect pad a stone’s throw from the beach, Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront is ideal. It more than lives up to its name, and as well as being ideally located, it has perks such as spacious family rooms and free WiFi to keep Internet-addicted kids happy. Visitors under-18 also get to stay free when sharing a family room. Then there’s the Grand Brighton, perhaps the most regal residence in the city, and a favorite since the Victorian era. The 16th-century Old Ship Hotel offers a comfortable, historical place right on the seafront.

Where to find the best restaurants in Brighton

This is a town that specializes in fun, casual, laid-back dining. The North Laine is the epicenter of artisan cafés serving freshly baked cakes and cookies, alongside crammed sandwiches and vegetarian dishes to convert any meat-eater. Mexican, Japanese, and classic American diner food are served up throughout the area, while over in the Lanes you can find more elegant seafood eateries and tapas restaurants. Don’t forget to take a walk by the seafront and grab some traditional fish and chips to feast on while sitting on the pebbles.

The most popular things to do in Brighton

Sea Life Brighton is an attraction to beguile younger visitors, thanks to its fearsome and beautiful residents, ranging from zebra sharks to playful sea horses. The Victorian architecture of the aquarium is testament to its heritage as the oldest of its kind in the world, and the rainforest section – home to piranhas and snakes – is a particular highlight. Afterwards, head for Brighton Pier. Stretching out into the sea, it’s a wonderfully gaudy and raucous place of entertainment, filled with arcade machines, stalls selling candy floss, and vantage points to look out over the coast. The theme park section at the end will thrill your family, too. The beach itself is the perfect place to relax or paddle on a sunny day, while the Lanes are a fascinating warren where you never know what kind of shop you’ll encounter next.

Best ways to get around Brighton

You and your clan should get your most comfortable shoes on, because you’ll be doing a lot of walking in Brighton. The central area is very compact, and whether you feel like heading to the North Laine, the Lanes, the beach, or the pubs and cafés of Kemptown, you can get pretty much anywhere within minutes. That said, buses and taxis are also readily available if you need to get to Hove or the outer suburbs.

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