THE OLD CHANDLERY
Brighton & Hove Holiday Rental
This newly-renovated Georgian townhouse in the heart of Brighton & Hove with sea views to the side is situated in the famous Brunswick Conservation Area and is just a two-minute walk to the seafront. A quirky three-storey family house with three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a private roof terrace, The Old Chandlery is now being offered as a luxury holiday retreat, quietly tucked away yet in the heart of the city's bistro district.
***** Just received the Award of Excellence 2023 for Luxury Holiday Retreat of the Year *****
3 Double Bedrooms
Each bedroom sleeps 2 with King, Super King, single or bunk beds
Secluded Roof Terrace
Your own private space on the secluded first floor roof terrace
2 Luxury Bathrooms
Family bathroom/wc with shower and luxury ensuite with bath and wc
Fast broadband with guest accounts for Netflix and BBCiPlayer
Check in anytime with your unique door code sent on arrival
300m from the beach
Just a 2-minute walk to the seafront on the Brighton/Hove border
“We spent three nights at this beautiful property and it was heaven! Great location, a clean and spacious property with the seafront on your doorstep and great shops and restaurants only moments away.
A fantastic break and we will 100% be back!”
Nikki, August 2022
Just a 300m walk to the seafront is the end of the Hove Lawns and the start of the Brighton beach promenade.
The famous and colourful heart of Brighton's vibrant shopping district is a magnet for tourists and locals alike - and just a 10-minute walk away.
Just off Western Road with Waitrose just 200m away, there's plenty of round-the-clock shopping just around the block.
Whatever your age, there's something for everyone just a short stroll away - with some great live music bars within easy walking distance.
The BA i360 Tower
A must-see attraction in Brighton. Experience the city from 450ft and escape to the sky in its spacious glass viewing pod to take in Brighton's best views.
Brighton Palace Pier
In 2017, it was listed as the fourth most popular free attraction in Britain and was said to be the most visited tourist attraction outside London, with over 4.5 million visitors in 2016.