- Alfresco Italian Restaurant
The Milkmaid Pavilion
Kings Road Arches
Phone: 01273 206523
- Brighton House
Set in a Regency townhouse we are a non-smoking hotel. Our food is fully organic.
In 2004 we were awarded four red diamonds by the AA - this represents the top 10% of guest houses in the UK.
Free wi-fi access
52 Regency Square
Phone: 01273 32 32 82
- Brighton Little Theatre
Our local theatre is located in Clarence Gardens. Since 1940 it has been home to a very active theatre group which currently stages at least ten plays a year. The Society organises visits to many of the productions for members.
- Brighton West Pier Trust
This charity owns the West Pier, or what is left of it. It is hoping to develop the i360, a 150 metre high observation tower on the beach opposite Regency Square. Plans are stalled at present because the Trust’s commercial partner has been unable to raise sufficient capital for the scheme.
- George IV
Relaxed and friendly guest house with great sea views.
34 Regency Square
Phone: 01273 321196
- Hilton Brighton Metropole
4 Star hotel, conference & exhibition centre.
Phone: 01273 775432
- Mail Boxes Etc.
Full colour print services
Virtual office address
Courier & worldwide parcel delivery
Ordnance Survey mapping
91 Western Road
Telephone: 01273 706020
Fax: 01273 706030
- Montpelier and Clifton Hill Association
Our nearest neighbouring society covers a much larger area than ours. It starts on the north side of Western Road.
- Pen to Paper
Stylish Stationery in Brighton's North Laine
Hand-crafted and recycled books and journals
Handmade paper from around the world
Writing instruments from Lamy & Pelikan
Inks from J. Herbin and Francesco Rubinato
A wide range of stationery, pens and nibs
4 Sydney Street
Phone: 01273 676670
Fax 01273 676407
- Regency Restaurant
Seafood restaurant serving fresh local fish.
131 Kings Road
Phone: 01273 325014
- The Brighton Society
This group seeks to protect the townscape of Brighton and Hove. It also plays a co-ordinating role amongst local societies such as our own. Our chairman regularly attends Brighton Society committee meetings.
- The Conservation Advisory Group
This committee was set up by the City Council to advise on planning matters in conservation areas. It is made up of representative of various societies and associations. A member of our committee regularly attends the Group’s meetings.
- The Regency Society
Possibly the oldest amenity society in Brighton and Hove, the Regency Society played a key role in preserving the fine seafront architecture around Brunswick Square. It continues to keep a watching brief regarding planned development. It is noted for its programme of lectures on architecture and related subjects.