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Hove

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0.3 miles

Adelaide Mansions Serviced Apartment overlooks Brighton’s picturesque seafront and is perfectly placed next to many local amenities. Inside, guests will find a beautifully presented kitchen that includes many modern appliances and is perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal. The living room has been furnished to a high standard and includes a flat screen TV, DVD player and iPod docking station, offering ample entertainment options for one to enjoy.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

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0.3 miles

The Medina Serviced Apartment is a beautifully furnished two bedroom flat in Hove, situated on a road connecting the main commercial area and Kingsway near the seafront. The property has a large lounge with dedicated workspace in the form of a wooden desk. There is a fully equipped kitchen and the bathroom is a treat, with an incredibly spacious rain shower. There is on-site parking, always valuable in Brighton & Hove, but the high-quality seating and wooden furniture are the stand-out feature.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

From £207 per night
0.3 miles

Grand Seaview Serviced Apartment is a flexible two bedroom accommodation option in Hove. Up to eight guests can stay between one twin room, a room with a triple bunk bed and a single chair bed, and also a double sofa bed in the lounge. As the name suggests, the property has gorgeous sea views and is located close to the beach. Kitted out with excellent facilities, the property’s appeal is enhanced by fun and colourful decor that really helps guests feel like they’re staying in Brighton.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

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0.4 miles

In the Hove area of Brighton, and with plenty of shops and conveniences nearby, the two bedroom Terra Nostra Serviced Apartment delivers a superb accommodation option for travellers coming to the area. Brightly decorated, and with a wonderful seaside feel to it, the apartment had its own chic style. Up to three guests can stay in a double and a single room, enjoying a full set of facilities to ensure maximum comfort while they are there. Hove train station is only a three-minute walk away.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

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0.4 miles

Coachman’s Serviced Apartment has a double and a single room and is located just a few minutes’ walk from Hove Lawns and the attractions of Brighton seafront. Situated on the first floor of a historic mews building, the apartment has a gorgeous sense of style and makes the most of some high ceilings and interesting angles. The fully equipped kitchen has laundry facilities and a dishwasher, while there is a flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player for entertainment, as well as Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Hove

From £107 per night
0.5 miles

The Legacy Serviced Apartments are a collection of one and two bedroom apartments close to the train station in Hove. Located above a small supermarket and with places to eat and drink just around the corner, guests will find all they need right on the doorstep. The facilities are at once luxurious and practical, with comfortable furniture, underfloor heating and Smart TVs providing an excellent place to relax in the living area, while cooking and laundry facilities help maintain a flexible stay.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Hove

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0.5 miles

Tree-lined and with those attractively rounded fronts, Brunswick Road is a pleasant part of Brighton between the city centre and Hove. The lower ground floor Brunswick Road Serviced Apartment has an open lounge that flows through into a dining area in the conservatory before exiting through French doors onto a small rear patio space. There are two bedrooms, both with a double bed, wardrobe and chest of draws. A choice of eateries and shops are available a minute’s walk away on Western Road.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

0.6 miles

This exquisite property is just off the seafront and comes with its own double garage. Brunswick Cottage serviced accommodation has an impressive high wooden ceiling and is furnished to an exceptional standard. The Old Market Theatre is just up the road and it’s just a few minutes to the seafront attractions like Brighton Bandstand and the i360. The apartment includes cooking and laundry facilities and – it’s worth mentioning again – private parking right near the seafront.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hove

0.9 miles

Close to the shops on Portland Road, yet with a suburban vibe, the four bedroom Casa Bonita House serviced accommodation is only about a 10-minute walk from the beach. A style that is sometimes cute, sometimes retro really works in this spacious and fun three level property, whose main features include an enormous skylight in the dining area, a large enclosed garden and a host of top-notch facilities such as a 5.1 surround sound home entertainment system and a wood burning stove.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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If you’re staying in a Hove aparthotel or property, you will also find yourself able to access an excellent bus service which can be monitored live via the internet and that has regular service running into Brighton.


About Hove

Hove in East Sussex is the smaller neighbour of the well-known seaside resort of Brighton. Since 1997, Brighton and Hove have come under one unitary authority and, since 2001, have collectively been known as the city of ‘Brighton and Hove’. Indeed, as you travel along the seafront past the British Airways 360 and the wealth of valuable seafront property, it can be a little hard for those staying in Hove serviced apartments to be sure where Brighton ends and Hove begins. However, once you get into the actual centre of town it becomes easier to see exactly what Hove is – a leafy and – slightly – gentler alternative to the crazy, eclectic mix that is Brighton.

And yes, Hove is a more affordable alternative to Brighton, too, although that didn’t stop the likes of YouTube star Zoella having once owned a home there. To be honest, the stereotypes that have long separated the two are becoming a little less distinct with Hove now becoming as appealing as Brighton for the young people moving to the city.

When you’re talking about what to do while on a short stay in Hove, it’s still worth mentioning the seafront first.  Beginning around Hove Lawns and continuing west to Hove Lagoon, near Portslade, this end of the seafront has the distinct advantage of being quieter than much of the beach area to the east. Gorgeous and individually painted beach huts line the wide promenade and there are a number of cafes dotted along the front, all within sight of the majestic decaying remains of Brighton’s West Pier and the new British Airways 360. The Lagoon Water Sports Centre offers a variety of activities, including windsurfing, wakeboarding and sailing.

Hove town centre itself follows Brighton’s example of a combination of high street names and individual, often quirky, boutique-style shops, mixed in with pavement cafes spread across pedestrianised areas. However, if you’re staying in Hove accommodation, you will quickly come to appreciate that the main business district here, though busy, doesn’t suffer the incredible crush that can often be the case in Brighton. And, whether your city apartment in Hove is close to the seafront or further back, you can find a pleasant environment with enjoyable – often suburban – surroundings and open areas such as Hove Park, Hove Recreation Ground and Hove Green Park, which is the location for the Brighton Open Air Theatre.

Hove also has its own museum and art gallery, which is a family friendly day out with plenty of history and art on display, with historical collections of varying types including toys and cinema-related items. And, for those days when a dip in the sea just isn’t going to happen, the King Alfred Leisure Centre at the front on the Kingsway has a swimming pool, fitness centre and a sports hall with various activities.

Just as Brighton is within easy reach of London and other important areas, Hove is just as well-connected with its main train station operating GWR, Southern and Thameslink services. If you’re staying in a Hove aparthotel or property, you will also find yourself able to access an excellent bus service which can be monitored live via the internet and that has regular service running into Brighton.

Transport

Buses

You can get around Hove using the public transport which connects the city very comfortably. There are park and rides available in the city, enabling the visitors to take the parking stress away.

Hove Station

Brighton and Hove are well connected to the rest of the country. Just to name a few:
Thameslink provides frequent direct services fto Bedford via Gatwick, London Bridge, St Pancras International, Luton Airport Parkway, etc.
Southern provide direct links from Brighton to Victoria
Great Western Railway provide direct services from Brighton to Southampton, Salisbury, Bath, Bristol etc.