Kemp Townhouse

Guest House in Brighton, East Sussex

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21 ATLINGWORTH STREET
Brighton
East Sussex
England
BN2 1PL

Kemp Townhouse, Brighton

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Accommodation Description:

Kemp Townhouse is the first and only five star rated guest accomodation in Brighton, and was recently listed by The Independent as Brightons chicest new hotel.Sophisticated bohemian welcoming Kemp Townhouse offers luxury boutique accommodation in a listed building in the heart of Kemp Town. Blending old-world elegance with contemporary style and a healthy dose of English eccentricity, Kemp Townhouse revives the allure of fashionable Brighton.From the sea views to the luxurious interiors and contemporary facilities, Kemp Townhouse is a place for you to relax and let your imagination play.Check in and chill out.We seek to deliver unparalleled personal service. Unwind in our lounge with complimentary afternoon tea or soak in a rose-petal bath.

Let us organise a massage for you or a visit to a top restaurant, or just get on with the dreamy business of unwinding.

 5 star rating

From: £85.00

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Brighton Travel and Heritage Information

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Stanmer Rural Museum - 4.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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