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Top 5 holiday homes near Brighton Palace Pier, UK

Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay


Brighton Palace Pier, East Sussex, England, UK

When visiting Brighton, UK, Brighton Palace Pier has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.

Where to stay near Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, UK

Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.

Candlelights, Camera, Action

Candlelights, Camera, Action, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Candlelights, Camera, Action, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Click to book Candlelights, Camera, Action now: from £750 per night If you’re dreaming of bumping into your very own Duke or Darcy on the Brighton seafront, you’ll lose your heart to this gorgeous Regency townhouse. Just steps from the sea, its regal exterior rightfully belongs on the front of a postcard, and inside you’ll find that the decor makes liberal use of velvet flourishes and period features, such as restored fireplaces and elegant roll-top baths. At 200 years old and five storeys tall, this opulent five-bedroom home is the perfect setting for any love story. And if you’re not the romantic sort? Well, the high-tech cinema room is a winner in anyone’s book. Sleeps up to 12 | 5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Buckets And Spades

Buckets And Spades, Plum Guide home in Camber

Buckets And Spades, Plum Guide home in Camber

Click to book Buckets And Spades now: from £120 per night A proper British summer holiday deserves a proper seaside cottage - and this white clapboard home is a quiet bolthole on one of the UK's favourite beaches, Camber Sands. A five-minute walk from the surf, the home has been inspired by the sea, from the blue and white furnishings to the cute anchor wall hangings. Evenings are spend cuddled up in front of the electric fire in the living-kitchen area, with the wine fridge a short stroll from the sofa. While it's not the biggest space, the numerous fish and chip shops on the doorstep will mean not much time is spent at the dining table anyway. Bedrooms are bright and cosy, with plush velvet headboards and white shutters to keep the sunlight out, perfect for getting a good night's sleep before another day exploring Camber Sands. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

The Grand Hastings

The Grand Hastings, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

The Grand Hastings, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Click to book The Grand Hastings now: from £950 per night Perched on a picturesque promenade, this Victorian beach villa is just 30 metres from the sandy shores and boasts views for days overlooking the sea. Once home to a boutique hotel, the house is now a holiday rental that features all ensuite bedrooms with spa-like bathrooms offering REN toiletries. The large reception living areas reveal plenty of space for large groups to socialise together – meet for cocktails in the bar area, or gather around one of the big screens for a movie night in. We particularly love the quirky dining room which seats up to eighteen guests – ideal for hosting dinner parties and celebrating special occasions. Relax out in the terrace garden on a sunny day for a barbecue or soak in the hot tub. Once you've taken everything in from inside the home, step out of the front door and lap up the never-ending esplanade that stretches in either direction across the beachfront. Whether you prefer walking, running or cycling, it's an idyllic spot for taking in the fresh sea air. As you saunter around the local neighbourhood of St Leonards you'll find an array of cafes, pubs and restaurants within easy reach. If you're a keen walker, make sure to fit in a trip to the Protected Hastings Country Park, which unveils clifftop walking routes and unrivalled views along the coast to the medieval village of Rye – nearly 12 miles away. Sleeps up to 16 | 8 Bedrooms | 8 Bathrooms

Linger Awhile

Linger Awhile, Plum Guide home in Sussex, UK

Linger Awhile, Plum Guide home in Sussex, UK

Click to book Linger Awhile now: from £200 per night Located right in the heart of Arundel, this Victorian townhouse has stunning views over the castle and Gothic cathedral. Originally designed and built by Joseph Hansom (architect behind Arundel Cathedral), it’s been renovated to a high standard and tastefully decorated. Modern gadgets like a flatscreen smart TV and slick wine fridge are seamlessly incorporated into the decor alongside original fireplaces, windows and chandelier-hung ceiling roses. We loved the mix of furniture, with individual pieces specially selected to fit each room, as well as the charming courtyard garden. Overall, we felt the home was warm, inviting, comfortable and very clean. Arundel is quaint and traditional with decent shops, art galleries, pubs and coffee shops (we can recommend the brunch at Motte and Bailey). Close to the river Avon and good walks in the nearby South Downs, the town is also just a few minutes’ drive to great spots on the South Coast – less than 20 to Worthing; 40 into Brighton. This is a lovely option for a family looking to linger for a while and enjoy a slower pace of life, within easy driving distance of the seaside. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Bread & Butter

Bread & Butter, Plum Guide home in West Sussex, UK

Bread & Butter, Plum Guide home in West Sussex, UK

Click to book Bread & Butter now: from £200 per night This former bakery has plenty of character and charm, making it a solid option for an escape to West Sussex. Built in the 1800s, it's been well maintained, renovated to a high standard and tastefully decorated throughout. We loved the original features (like the sash windows, fireplaces and bakers’ oven); good-size modern kitchen, with a central island for chatting over a glass of wine; king-size beds with crisp, fresh linens; and the sweet courtyard garden: a real little sun trap. The home's location, right in the heart of the town of Arundel, gives easy access to coffee shops, pubs and independent shops – particularly for those who love browsing for art and antiques – as well as stunning views over the famous castle as well. You’re just a few minutes drive to great spots on the South Coast – less than 20 to Worthing; 40 into Brighton – making this a great spot, whether you're into sightseeing or just atmospheric and cosy places to stay. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

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