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Landseer House, Brighton, Sussex

Landseer House
Regency Square
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 2FF | View map

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Beautiful self-catering apartment in the centre of Brighton... This apartment is situated within the historic Regency Square, which is Grade II Listed. Overlooking delightful shared gardens with ocean and West Pier views.
Inside... Fully furnished to a high standard, with double bed and fold down sofa bed (sleeping a max of 4 adults in comfort). The apartment has up to 8MB high speed broadband if requested, CD/DVD player, hi-fi, digital TV, fresh linen, towels and fully equipped kitchen. There is an underground NCP car park below the Square with 24 hour parking.
History... Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (born 1802) lived in this building. He was a prolific painter and artist of the Victorian age. Landseer is probably best remembered for the design of the lions who stand on all four corners of Nelson's Column in the centre of the square and painted the world famous 'Monarch of the Glen'.
Perfect for business or holiday visitors...
The apartment is located next to the Brighton Hilton Metropole and Brighton Convention Centre, which house many local conferences and trade shows. The beach, Lanes, shops, bars and restaurants are all minutes away...

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