I stayed at Cowards again for the Newyear period my second time in 3months. This Guest House is certainly worth a stay. Gay friendly and owned. Gerry the owner is great with the Guets and full of info on the local area and where to go for a night out and nothing is too much trouble The room I stayed in was so comfortable and clean. The breakfast is fantastic and sets you up for the day. I have rebooked for Easter and will be staying at Cowards at every opportunity.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Named for its connection to the English playwright Noël Coward, our guest house has the charm and elegance of the regency period. We offer our guests a comfortable and friendly atmosphere in a central, yet quiet location. For our best rates, particularly for longer stays, feel free to contact us directly either by telephone or by email. We are situated in the conservation area of Kemptown, the famous gay village, with its plethora of restaurants, cafes and pubs. The beach is only a few minutes walk away as are the pier and Brighton Pavilion. Kemptown, a key shopping area in Brighton since the late 18th century, continues to host a number of independent retailers and flea markets, while The Lanes and North Laine are also nearby. Our Regency townhouse, built around 1807, has six bedrooms that are individually furnished with your comfort in mind. Prices start from £55 per night for a single room and include a cooked breakfast. ... more less
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