Aquarium Guest House

Guest Accommodation in Brighton, East Sussex

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13 Madeira Place
Brighton
East Sussex
England
BN2 1TN

Aquarium Guest House, Brighton

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Contemporary and stylish 4-Star Guest House located in fashionable Kemp Town close to Brighton seafront and city centre. Fully en suite with superking size beds and oblique sea views from our superior bedrooms. Wi-Fi enabled with free internet access from your laptop.

Flatscreen tvs with digital freeview. Non-smoking throughout. Please view our website for further details.

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From: £110.00


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