Sunday, 9 February 2014

Recommendations: Paskins Bed & Breakfast

As a long time resident, I'd like to encourage Unwind Brighton visitors to see a little of Brighton while you're here. Try some locally roasted coffee, handmade cake, delicious ice cream. See a bit of local art, find out a little of Brighton's history.

So I'll be offering local recommendations over the coming weeks, to help you find those nooks and crannies you might not find on your own. Tried and trusted, favourites of locals (and the people who frequently visit).

First up is Paskins. Recommended by a friend whose dad always stays here when he visits!

Brighton has 8 conservation areas that are recognised as outstanding. These include the Eastcliffe Regency area, which present a long stuccoed façade which has been described as "unsurpassed anywhere in Britain". At the heart of which you will find Charlotte Street. Running off Marine Parade, this tranquil street is aligned with fine four story buildings, circa 1810, with intricate cast iron balconies and gracious bow fronts. Half way along you will find the two grade two listed buildings, numbers 18 & 19, which make up Paskins Brighton.

Need a hearty breakfast? Paskins is for you!

If you stay 3 nights at Paskins (the 11th - 14th July), David at Paskins has kindly offered 10% off the price of your stay - just let them know you're coming to Unwind Brighton when you call to book!

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