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The Art House Hove Bed and Breakfast
3.5 out of 5
27 Wilbury Road, Hove, England
Situated in Hove, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mile (2 km) of St. Mary and St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church, Booth Museum of Natural History and Hove Museum ...
5/5 Exceptional! (1 review)
Beautifully presented, boutique B&B with welcoming
"Enjoyed a delightful couple of nights at The Art House last weekend. We were visiting friends, and were very pleased with our choice of accommodation. Parking was easy down the middle of the street with unlimited time on parking for reasonable prices. The house itself it beautifully presented, reflecting ..."

Reviewed on 2 Sep 2017

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The Art House Hove Bed and Breakfast
Portland Rd B&B
Portland Rd, Hove, England
Situated in Hove, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mile (2 km) of Hove Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium. St. Mary and St. Abraam ...
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Best Western Princes Marine Hotel

Best Western Princes Marine Hotel

3 out of 5
153 Kingsway, Hove, England
The price is £63 per night from 4 Nov to 4 Nov
4.2/5 Excellent! (760 reviews)
"Comfortable beds, beautiful breakfasts, great location"

Reviewed on 16 Oct 2021

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The Ginger Pig

The Ginger Pig

3.5 out of 5
3 Hove Street, Hove, England
The price is £100 per night from 31 Oct to 31 Oct
4.7/5 Exceptional! (44 reviews)
Beautiful boutique hotel
"The room we had number 5 was facing the street. It was appointed very well with Nespresso coffee machine and cowshed toiletries. The bathroom was designed beautifully. Check in and out was friendly and easy. In summer it is very hot in the room and there’s no air con however a fan is provided. Front ..."

Reviewed on 24 Jul 2021

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The Claremont

The Claremont

5 out of 5
13 Second Avenue, Hove, England
The price is £130 per night from 31 Oct to 31 Oct
4.5/5 Wonderful! (102 reviews)
"A well-run hotel in a great location. The staff were pleasant, friendly and helpful. My room was small but not quite too small, and I should point out that it was one of the lower-cost single rooms. Air-conditioning and a lift would have made it more ideal, especially in such hot weather."

Reviewed on 25 Jul 2021

The Claremont
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

B&B in Hove

Hove lies along the south coast of England and is merged with its hip neighbour, Brighton. It's a place of contrasts. On the one hand, it's an achingly traditional seaside resort with long rows of multi-coloured beach huts, a handsome promenade lined with fine Georgian houses and neatly-manicured coastal gardens. But there's a trendy side to Hove that's washed over from Brighton, with lively little wine bars, upmarket fashion boutiques and flat white-loving locals who hang out in the pavement cafes. Beyond the beach, there are plenty of attractions, plus you've got the whole of Brighton and all its hipness just a short distance from your Hove bed and breakfast.

  • Look out across the beach from your guestroom
  • Stay on the Sussex coast without the high price tag
  • Stay with Hove locals who know the area well
  • Bring the little ones to stay in one of the family-sized rooms

You're spoilt for Choice When it Comes to B&Bs, Hove

There is plenty of accommodation to choose from in the city, but Hove bed and breakfasts have long been the staple accommodation for visiting couples and families. What better way to experience Hove than by staying in a homely atmosphere with locals who know the area like the back of their hand? If you're ready to start researching where you're going to stay, try Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos to help you make the right choice. Once you've searched for Hove, just filter by your budget and dates, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Booking is completed in just a few clicks. Some are traditional little Victorian terraced properties that, charmingly, haven't changed all that much over the years and offer some serious bang for your buck. Others have renovated and now offer luxurious places to stay that even give hotels a run for their money. You'll find some are strolling distance from the long beach, while others might be set a little closer to the centre of town, and its bars and restaurants. Whichever you decide to pick, you can always be assured of a fun-filled break when you book your stay with Expedia.

Guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes – that's the charm of a B&B – but they also come equipped with all the modern conveniences that you might expect from a more expensive hotel, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, a big comfortable double bed, wrapped in freshly pressed sheets, and free WiFi, to help you plan your getaway. All but the most budget of bed and breakfasts in Hove will come with an ensuite bathroom stocked with toiletries. What makes the difference between a B&B and a hotel are those personal little touches you might find – perhaps some fresh-cut flowers in a vase next to your bed or some locally made treats waiting for you when you arrive. Every morning, you can fuel up on a full English breakfast, or lighter options like fruit and yogurt, before heading out for a day on the beach. If Hove doesn't sound like it's right for you, why not try the bright lights of London instead?

Beachside Bliss Near Your B&B, Hove

It's hard to know where to start when it comes to things to do near your Hove bed and breakfast. If the sun is shining, a good introduction is a walk along the beach or a swim in the chilly waters of the English Channel. Afterwards, you could dive into the Hove Museum and Art Gallery, which houses everything from historical artefacts to ever-changing gallery space. While you're in Hove, score some tickets for Brighton Open Air Theatre, in Hove Green Park, which has everything from concerts to musicals throughout the summer, or visit the Royal Pavilion, a unique Asian-inspired palace built for King George IV. If you've brought the kids, don't miss a visit to the 19th-century Brighton Palace Pier, which is packed with fairground rides, or board the British Airways i360 to enjoy extraordinary views over the Sussex coast and beyond.

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