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MarineParadeSeafront Apartment


Very Good 4/5 Score from 15 reviews

Living Room (sofabed)

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

One bedroom lower ground floor regency apartment, located on Brighton seafront, only a short walk across Marine Parade to the Beach. Located Centrally for Brighton & Hove and all it has to offer in the form of fantastic shopping, bars and restaurants.

The property has recently been sympathetically refurbished, giving the apartment a fresh, light and airy feel. With an established planted patio area, perfect for that pre-dinner Gin and tonic, the choice of restaurants and bars close by is simply astounding!

We are now in the fortunate and rare position of being able to offer FREE CAR PARKING with all bookings for this property.


Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Brighton
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: London Gatwick Airport 46 km, Nearest railway: Brighton (mainline to London in 60 mins) 1.5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

A regency apartment decorated in a sympathetic yet modern way.

The living space benefits from Modern furniture, leather sofas (one of which converts into a larger than average double sofa bed) and contemporary dining furniture.

Slate tiles run throughout the kitchen and bathroom, the bathroom has recently been upgraded with ultra modern Moretti taps and halogen spotlights.

The hallway leads through to a quiet and calm bedroom, light and airy and finished to create a peaceful environment after a long day shopping and enjoying all that Brighton and Hove has to offer.

Further details outdoors

Outside there is a private patio, furnished with table and chairs, surrounded by established plants and bamboos, just perfect to sit back and enjoy a pre dinner gin and tonic!

Car Parking is located an approx 15 minute walk from Marine Parade Apartment and is a private space for your exclusive use during your stay.

Further details

Some pets may be allowed at this property.

Well behaved dogs are welcome but must not be left unattended at all, an additional cleaning charge of £30 per stay will be payable per dog on every booking.

The South East England region

Welcome to the sunny South Coast! There is so much to do in Brighton.

Here's a link that show's you some of what Brighton has to offer, just cut and paste this link into your address bar above:


History forms a richly textured backdrop to modern day Brighton living. Walking around, four hundred years of history and style unfold before you. The Royal Pavilion is the magnificent palace created by King George IV. From the Indian Moghul-style domes of the exterior to the sumptuous Chinese interior, the Pavilion is an eclectic mix of styles that has to be seen to be believed.

The Regency period is evident in the seafront squares of Brunswick and Kemp Town and a visit to the Regency Townhouse brings it all alive. Also, visit Preston Manor, forever preserved as home to the Edwardian gentry.

The 17th century Lanes mark the site of the original fishing town. The narrow thoroughfares and 'twittens' that characterise the area were built to the original medieval town plan. Explore Brighton’s origins at the Fishing Museum housed in original fisherman’s arches on the seafront.

Victorian England is still alive in Hove’s wide avenues and seafront lawns. Stroll out to sea on the Victorian Brighton Pier or instead take a ride on the Volks – England’s oldest electric railway.

Discover more about Brighton's history on a guided walk of the city. Themes include 'The Legends of the Lanes', 'Lives of the Rich & Famous' and 'Spooky Brighton'.

Join a back stage tour of the city’s historic and prestigious Theatre Royal and learn about ghostly happenings, underground streams, famous visitors and royal connections.


Famous for its bustling seaside location, Brighton is also blessed with an abundance of green open spaces – perfect to relax in if you are a battle-weary shopper or worn-out reveller.

The regal blooms and cultivated lawns of the Royal Pavilion, recently restored to their original regency splendour, is an oasis of stately calm in the hub of the city. Venture out from the city centre in any direction and you will have a wealth of parks, greens and gardens to choose from. City parks to the north, east and west include Preston Park, a major events space, St Ann’s Well Gardens with its wooded parkland and Queens Park complete with a Victorian Clock Tower and large duck pond.


Brighton is home to artists, designers, writers, pop stars, actors and creative people of all kinds. Perhaps that’s why the arts are so much part of everyday life here. Just walking round you will see art and sculpture on the street and beachfront, and there are galleries and studios showing up-and-coming work by local talent.

Come in May and you will catch the annual Brighton Festival, which takes over the city as the biggest arts fiesta in England. For three weeks, thousands of people come to see hundreds of events from contemporary dance and lunchtime recitals to street theatre performances and artists’ open houses. Throughout the year there are festivals of jazz, dance and animated theatre, heritage weekends, plays, live music, opera, fringe theatre, cinema, comedy and cabaret.


Brighton and Hove

A sparkling mix of sea and city, Brighton is perfect for a break at any time of year.

There’s elegant Regency architecture, museums and galleries, great shopping, stylish cafés, bars and restaurants, glittering nightlife, arts and theatre – and all the fun of the seaside, in just under an hour from central London.

1. Take a guided tour of the extraordinary and extravagant Royal Pavilion.

2. Ride from Brighton Pier to Brighton Marina on Volks Railway.

3. Browse for unique souvenirs around Artists Quarters at the Beachfront.

4. Find some vegetarian shoes in the bohemian North Laine.

5. Tuck into traditional fish ‘n’ chips and champagne on Brighton Pier.


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3 Sep 2014


"Nice place, great Location but with some issues"

The apartment is modern and appealing inside and the location is great for the beach, pier, Kemptown and The Lanes – unfortunately we felt a few things let the place down a bit, including the tardi… More

30 Aug 2014


"Great location and apartment size"

Was really impressed with location, right on the seafront and not far at all from the pier! The apartment was in the basement but still had good light and patio area. Was very spacious too!… More

7 Aug 2014


"Un apartamento conforme a las expectativas."

El apartamento era conforme a lo que se describía en el anuncio, era muy cómodo y confortable, hemos estado agusto en él, pero internet era un poco lento y la cocina necesitaría una limpieza a fon… More

21 Jul 2014


"Perfect home for three weeks exploring south and southeastern England"

The apartment was perfect for us, perfectly situated along miles of beachfront, minutes from bars, restaurants, shopping, buses and auto routes out of the city. The car park is a bIt further then we … More

16 Jun 2014


"won't stay there again"

I don't think the owner will be surprised by my review, in fact he was probably expecting it earlier on. I booked in January for renting last week of April. Even so the owner "forgot" t… More

29 May 2014


"Nice, especially for the proximity to beach and town"

We stayed at this property over the bank holiday weekend.The entrance to the block is a little run-down, so we didn't have the best impression upon arrival. I also have a personal dislike for car… More

24 Mar 2014


"Not Very Happy!"

Boiler leaking water, damp on bedroom wall and hallway wall near bedroom door, apartment wasn't hoovered and has stais in places on it, bath wasn't clean. Wall paper in lounge coming off wal… More

Thank you for your feedback. Sadly you were unable to indentify most of these problems at the short time you were at the property. The leaking boiler was and has been addressed as teething problems given it is brand new. Your only complaint was that the property hadn't met your expectations. The apartment for your stay was priced at £260 for 2 guests for a week (less than £19 per person per night). Hardly top end accommodation prices, that said the apartment is clean and in good repair. I regret you did not give me chance to address your concerns at the time.

12 Mar 2014


"Lovely apartment"

A lovely comfortable and spacious apartment in a really convenient spot. Added bonus was secure parking although this is now a 15 minute walk away, not round the corner as still advertised. Distance wasn't a problem for us at all but could be for some people. Please do something about the doorbell as it tends to go off at all times of the night without anyone there, one night at least 20 times! Otherwise perfect for us.

18 Feb 2014



An amazing stay from start to finish. A spacious flat with beautiful decor and all a stones throw from the beach and supermarkets.I locked myself out of the flat and the owner drove 50 miles to give m… More

12 Nov 2013


"A little hideaway"

Very convenient for local amenities and not far from Brighton centre with very easy access to seafrontComfortable accommodation but somewhat hidden away down in the basement of the building.… More

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  • 6 Years listed

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Calendar last updated:25 Oct 2014

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