Strawberry Fields

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

6-7 New Steine,
Brighton
East Sussex
England
BN2 1PB

Strawberry Fields, Brighton

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Relax and enjoy your stay with us here in one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan parts of this lively city by the sea. Weve got a great location, sea views from the front and only a couple of minutes walk from The Pier and Town Centre with the Conference centre just a short stroll along the seafront. As the first B and B in Brighton to offer Brunch in Bed we deliver Hot Bacon Rolls or Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Bagels to your room, to enjoy with your morning tea or coffee.

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