Cheap Hotels in Hove
Located in Hove, Clifton House Brighton is within a 15-minute drive of Brighton Beach and Preston Park. This guesthouse is 4.3 mi (6.9 km) from Brighton Centre and 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Brighton Pier.
Lichfield House Hotel
With a stay at Lichfield House in Hove, you'll be a 3-minute walk from Brighton Beach and 13 minutes by foot from Brighton Centre. This 4-star guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from British Airways i360 and 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Brighton Pier.
Hotels in Hove
Hove is a town which, together with its neighbour Brighton, forms the city of Brighton & Hove, on the south coast of England. Long famed as a popular seaside resort, Hove is usually overshadowed by its flashier and better-known neighbour. However, with a more relaxed atmosphere and plenty of undiscovered gems, Hove has plenty to offer the fun-loving holidaymaker.
Of course, what Brighton & Hove is best known for is its exciting nightlife and thriving cultural scene. The town first began to flourish after a train line was built between it and London in the Victorian era, and people have been coming in their droves ever since to relax and unwind.
If your idea of a night on the town does not necessarily include a thumping bassline and some blue drinks, never fear, for Hove caters to all needs. The Old Market Theatre is housed in a charming whitewashed building off the Western Road.
The venue offers an extensive and high-quality programme of live music, theatre and innovative comedy, and regularly attracts some of the biggest names to its spacious hall. Another great place for stand-up and music is Komedia which, though in Brighton, is just a short walk from your Hove hotel.
The night does not have to end there, as the Hove seafront is teeming with bars and clubs in which to dance until the wee small hours. Sticky Mike's Frog Bar may sound peculiar, but there is nothing unnerving about its great DJs and delicious cocktails.
Another local favourite is Life, which does what it says on the tin really. With three rooms regularly hosting some of the biggest names in dance music, you will not fail to leave, at whatever hour you choose, feeling invigorated and wearing a giant smile.
Food and drink
What with all that dancing and laughing, you'll probably be feeling a little peckish. Luckily Hove boasts some of the best restaurants and most exciting cuisine in the whole city. Azaro is a lip-smackingly tasty Indian restaurant on Church Road that has some of the most delicious vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION curry you will try anywhere.
A very different flavour, but similar quality, can be found at Archipelagos. This local Greek favourite has a wonderful atmosphere and some dangerously good souvlaki. For food from very close to where you'll be sitting visit the Little Fish Market, which serves up fresh and ethically caught seafood to queues of hungry punters.
Brighton and the South Downs
Of course, your Hove hotel is ideally placed for you to explore all that the exciting city of Brighton has to offer. Take a walk along the Victorian promenade that connects it to Hove and spend hours of fun on Brighton Pier. Take a dip in the sea and cool off with an ice cream on the beach.
Another short journey in the opposite direction will bring you into the majestic beauty of the South Downs. This national park is full of rolling hills and charming villages, so lace up your walking boots and come and explore!
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