Elegant, romantic seaside house, newly built in 2013, See Saw Sea is a stylish, contemporary, impeccably clean house over 3 floors. Behind its keyless luscious pink front door, the lower ground floor hides a bedroom with a huge 4-poster, a designer bath (next to the bed) and a mirrored wet room (with a huge shower head; big enough for two...) Then upstairs, to the shiny black kitchen and lounge with gold sofa bed and Corbusier recliner. Up the gold-balustraded stairs once more to the sun-filled roof terrace, with oblique sea views.
Recline into See Saw Sea's dark opulence, for a few nights of sexy, decadent pleasure. Should you want to go out, you are within kissing distance of exciting St James's Street in Kemp Town - close to the beach and all attractions.
An intimate house for intimate indulgence. Time together, time alone, to play, relax, explore and relight the flames of fantasy. Less kiss me quick, more love me slow.
Do not disturb
What you enjoy at See Saw Sea is your business, not ours, that's why you don't even meet anyone to check in and out. We will text you the number for the keyless door and everything will be ready for you.
Get naughty in the 6ft wide, Superking four poster bed with black satin bedding and feather quilts and pillows. Jasmine fills the space to life your mood. Choose a book from the erotic library in the living area. Red Kartell lamps finish the look and beautiful black blinds ensure privacy and lie-ins.
Fall out of your bed and into your designer double-ended bath, whilst sipping champagne under the warm glow of the beautifully backlit 16th century masterpiece that ordinarily hangs in the Louvre.
Get steamy in the wetroom big enough for 2, with Italian gold tiles, infinity mirrors, thermostatic shower with 40cm rain shower head and microphone hand shower, underfloor heating, designer fittings, silky kimonos, luxury 800gsm towels, all decorated in sensuous black and gold.
Decadent and beautiful, with a Corbusier chaise longue, gold sofa bed (N.B. sleeps 1 adult or 2 small adults/children) Jaime Hayon lamps, contemporary art and photography by RYCA, Faile, Manel Ortega, Dupenny and more. Plus the sexiest erotic library with literature by DH Lawrence, Anais Nin, Alan Hollinghurst, Erica Jong, Dylan Thomas and many more. The kitchen and living area are bright and airy, painted Farrow & Ball Almost Black (like the rest of the house), with beautiful black blinds to ensure privacy.
Black gloss kitchen at one end of living area complete with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, toaster coffee maker, pans, solid bronze cutlery, Vista Alegre crockery and tempting cookery and cocktail books. With 2 breakfast stools and breakfast table, sipping coffee or drinking cocktails will have never felt so relaxing.
The decked terrace with table and chairs is a beautiful sun trap and somewhere to sip champagne whilst watching the sun go down.
We have 3 charges (low, mid and high season) of weekend, mid week or weekly. We prefer for you to stay a minimum of 3 nights, so if you only stay for one or two nights we have to charge a slight premium.
Longer stays can be arranged. Just contact us to discuss further.
All bookings incur a £30 cleaning charge but there are no bills to pay. We can provide resident parking vouchers at £10/day and you can have a late check out or an early check in for £30 each if the house is vacant.
There is a £200 breakages deposit which is returned to you after you vacate the house in the same condition it was found.
Brighton is a fantastic city and See Saw Sea really is in the thick of the action. There are great bars, clubs and restaurants on your doorstep. If you're looking for somewhere quirky and funky you can't do better than Bom Banes - it's about 4 streets west of See Saw Sea on George Street - it has the loveliest, craziest tables (lift the pepper pot on one of them, press buttons on another to light up a beautifully built fully lit pier complete with waves under a glass table, other tables do secret things) and and the nicest lady Jane Bom Bane runs it.
The Three and Ten bar is at the bottom of St James's Street (the road at the bottom of Devonshire Place) town end, take a left at the Sussex Beacon shop and it's hidden away there - it's dark and sexy.
Mucky Duck on Manchester Street - again towards bottom of St James's, on your left hand side - has great art, is very dark, usually good DJ Friday and Saturday.
Black Dove is your local - it's at the bottom of Devonshire Place, turn left and it's on the corner of St James's and Rock Gardens. It's a Brooklyn beer bar, is very busy, has a funky DJ downstairs and candles that look like they've been there a hundred years.
If you like real ale - the Hand in Hand is Brighton's oldest brewery - cross over from Black Dove and continue down St George's Road and it's on your right hand side after about 5 minutes. It's not romantic though!
So if you like pub crawling! You could start in Hand in Hand, then heading towards town: Sidewinder, Black Dove, perhaps nip left for a cocktail at Brighton Rocks, St James's Tavern for a Tuaca, Mucky Duck, Three and Ten - and you're still less only a 5 minute walk from home!
Eating-wise - a new place has opened in town to much excitement - 64 Degrees - lovely food, desserts were amazing.
In Kemp Town, my favourite restaurant is 24 St George's which is in Kemp Town village which is on St George's Road - 24 St George's is next to the Coop. Then have a drink at the Ginger Dog (up College Place north of Coop).
One of our reviewers said “You won't be disappointed! The communication from booking was amazing, no questions were left unanswered and details provided were above and beyond. The property was amazing, everything and more you could hope for. It's location was spot on, close enough to get to everything but discreet enough to feel like you were away from things when you wanted to be."
Go on treat yourself!
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||All of Brighton! 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gatwick 50 km, Nearest railway: Brighton 2 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
Named by Lonely Planet as one of the best beaches in the world, they say: 'Brighton is the most vibrant seaside resort in England. Just an hour from London, it is a thriving, cosmopolitan city with a Bohemian spirit; home to an exuberant gay community, a dynamic student population and a healthy number of ageing and new-age hippies, as well as traditional candyfloss fun.'
There's so much to do in Brighton. Try to include the following in your trip:
The Royal Pavilion is the UK's most eccentric royal residence. Its Indian-style domes and minarets look as outlandish today as they did when it was built nearly 200 years ago by John Nash.
Brighton Pier still has all the old-time delights of the English seaside – fairground rides, candy floss and rows of striped deckchairs.
Set in the Royal Pavilion's stable block, the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery has a glittering horde of 20th-century art and design, including a Dalí sofa modelled on Mae West's lips.
The Brighton Sea Life centre is the world's oldest working aquarium. Its 150 marine species include sharks, which you can see from below thanks to a clear-walled underwater tunnel.
Once a fishing village, the maze of narrow streets and alleyways that makes up the Lanes is today home to jewellers, gift shops and boutiques selling everything from antique firearms to designer shoes. The shopping gets even more diverse as you go further along Bond, Gardner, Kensington and Sydney Streets into the North Laine shopping district.
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