Artist Residence Brighton is an award winning boutique hotel set right on Regency Square in Brighton with stylish rooms, sea views, a fantastic restaurant and a buzzing cocktail bar. If you are in our area you should also make a booking for their award winning restaurant The Set.
A gorgeous restaurant and pub to relax in, and enjoy great food as well as a wide selection of wines, craft beers and delicious cake! Just off Regency Square, down on the seafront, with views of the beach from floor to ceiling windows.
Our local theatre is located in Clarence Gardens, and has an amazing history. 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.
The Brighton Little Theatre’s list of upcoming productions can be found here
You will no doubt already have spotted this attraction! Glide up to 450ft on board British Airways i360. In a fully enclosed glass viewing pod, visitors can admire views across Brighton and the south coast – or if you live locally take a ‘flight’ and see if you can spot your house!
An authentic Italian dining experience on Preston Street. Real Italian food, prepared from quality local produce, and served with passion. Great food in a restaurant with a lovely, relaxed ambience. You will not be disappointed!
Situated on Regency Square, Hotel Una is the winner of many prestigious awards. With 20 individually designed bedrooms and suites, this recently converted Regency town house is a stylish mixture of old and new, industrial and traditional.
Previously called the Hole in the wall, this tiny Brighton pub on Queensbury Mews is one of the best places to while away an evening. If you’re lucky you may be able to catch one of their famous game show afternoons – Drag your cards right anyone?
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. Mike Davies attends CAGs meetings on behalf of our loal area.
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.