With the government’s roadmap moving along, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the country this summer even if international travel is banned or if you feel like you’d prefer not to take the risks of travelling abroad.
Right here in Brighton, there is some of the quirkiest and most exciting staycation locations in the country which will turn a dreary trip down south for many into an adventure they never imagined they could have at home.
One of the most exciting factors of the city is its eclectic mix of both style and casual living that naturally combine to create a stunning stay.
This Mammoth 6 bed and 3.5 bath house located in the centre of Brighton’s Marine Parade exudes stylish living on the doorstep to the waterfront with all the amenities necessary including an in-built home cinema set up.
Able to accommodate up to 16 guests, it comes at a hefty £1,180 a night
Brighton’s Independent Hotel 2019, Hotel Pelirocco is possibly one of the most unique hotels you will see, never mind just in Brighton.
With 19 themed rooms dedicated to rock and roll, inspirational individuals and all other kinds of pop culture settings there really is a world of choice in this one small hotel.
Located literally metres from the British Airways 360 Viewing Tower and the beach, this stay provides character and relaxation all in one destination.
Located on Regency Square, this hotel has gone the reverse from quirky to a not-so-distant refurbishment where innovation and style have created a boutique residence to enjoy.
In all of its 23 available rooms, this establishment provides exposed brick, natural wooden floors and artistic flourishes that really create a modern and creative vibe through a hotel that owns its own niche in the Brighton Market.
Sea views, a cocktail bar and two well respected restaurants make this location simply stunning and must stay location for all those who want a modern yet inviting place to stay this summer vacation.
Photo Credit: AirBnb, Hotel Pelirocco, Artist Residence, Chris Carzoli