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Visiting Brighton you’ll see the oddest things

With the moon closer to Earth than it has been for 20 years, we’ve had some strange happenings here in Brighton. Ultra-low tides have revealed parts of the beach you never get to see, and as we’ve had  great weather, already people are visiting Brighton to get a spot between the piers.

Just incase you missed it, here’s a few pictures and a video of what’s been happening – when someone says let’s ride between the piers, they don’t usually mean along the beach…

Cycling on Brighton beach!

Take a look at our Facebook page for the video,and give it a ‘Like’ but for now here’s a few images of the amazing weather we’ve been having, enjoy!

Hove at dawn - Image: M Pawlak

Hove at dawn - Image: M Pawlak

Pier at dawn - Image: M Pawlak

Pier at dawn - Image: M Pawlak

Early morning stroll - Image: M Pawlak

Early morning stroll - Image: M Pawlak

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The 5 most romantic places in Brighton

As a town known for its wild night-life, it’s rarely seen as a place for romance. However, there are a few spots outside of the hotels in Brighton where love can linger…

So, with Valentine’s just around the corner, here’s our five most romantic places in Brighton.

Brighton Beach

Brighton for lovers

The Pier

Not an obvious choice. But outside of peak season, you can find yourselves alone wandering between empty rides at sunset. There’s even music piped through the intercom. Many a romantic moment’s been had on our pier.

The Beach

An obvious choice, especially if you live here. Try further towards Hove if you’re after a little privacy. Look around and you’ll find a suntrap to settle in; dig a bottle of wine into the stones and enjoy a glass together.

Stanmer Village

If you’ve not been, or are visiting Brighton for the first time, get to Stanmer Village. From the train station walk up into the park. It will take you back in time, and into the heart of a very traditional English village – take a picnic.

Western Road Looking West (at sunset)

I don’t know why this happens but  heading out of town at sunset along Western road, watch for the craziest of urban sunsets.  Skies turned a shocking pink before darkening to purple, and shop windows pick up a golden glow from the dying sun. Turn around and you’ll see the high rise blocks changing colour, as the light burns back off their windows.

The Grand Hotel

There’s still something special about walking into the Grand Hotel. Sneak in – you are allowed in, it just always feels as if you are trespassing – order a cocktail (might need an overdraft facility) and pretend for a moment: it  could be you!

If you’re after a romantic break in Brighton that doesn’t break the bank, just check out our Valentine’s Day offers -you’ll love them.

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