The room is large, light & airy with a 4ft wide pull-out sofa-bed. A bus stop 1 min away takes you into Brighton and Hove. Or you can walk into town (20 minutes). The famous Duke of York cinema is 12 minutes walking. Both the sea and Downs are not far. Come and enjoy!
Although there's no parking available on the premises, there's FREE parking on the next road along (Surrenden Road). The pull-out sofa-bed is 4ft wide so make sure this is suitable for you. The bathroom on the first floor has both a bath and shower. Tea and coffee provided with room. Also use of shared kitchen. A range of cafes, pubs and eateries are as close as 2 minutes away.
Disponible para huéspedes
Access is gained via a code we'll give you for the key safe. The room is the first door on the left as you come into the building, so no problems with getting lost! An information sheet will be left in the room.
Atención a los huéspedes
This is a shared house so you may bump into one of several people - Simon, Rachel, our daughter Jessie or our housemate John. Pascal and Juliet live in the flat at the top of the house. We're all very friendly and accommodating.
Otros aspectos destacables
People live below so please keep noise down after 11.30pm.
Clean sheets and pillow cases are provided which you'll need to fit and strip at the end of your stay. The room should be left in the condition it was found.
The room is in a shared family house and over a bedroom in the flat below. Feel free to come back any time during the night but after 11pm we would appreciate quiet.
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Running an Air BnB seems a natural thing for us to do - we've enjoyed having people live with us for many years. We're used to kids and so are not over fussy about neatness, preferring a relaxed environment - walking boots welcome!
I work in the arts and Rachel is a carpenter. Home life is mixed here, sometimes we'll be playing music, watching a movie or having people over for dinner or to play Werewolves. We also co-run a small festival called the Small Festival (because it is) where people do creative stuff over a weekend, providing their own entertainment which can be anything - opera, karaoke, theatre, comedy, walks, bike repair workshops, 5 aside football - you name it, it's probably been done at the festival.
We're friendly hosts and guarantee you'll have a relaxed time here. Although I'm not fluent in French Rachel is.