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10 Western Concourse

  • From £111/per night
  • Flat / Apartment
  • Property Type
  • 1
  • Max No. of Guests
  • 1
  • Bathroom
  • Allocated Parking
  • Parking

There is no better way to truly appreciate Marina living than to stay in one of our studio apartments on the Western Concourse. With a west facing sun terrace this two storey mezzanine studio has all that you need for a cosy getaway. These cute seaside homes sit elevated above the water looking directly out to the boats on the south side of the marina.

Please note this apartment is only available for two adults and not suitable for children of any age.

The space

This one has been maintained using a contemporary yet homely finish. The furnishings are generous and comfortable to include a leather sofa and a king size bed elevated on the mezzanine floor so you wake to marina views and the gentle calling of sea birds. You have a TV in the living space and another upstairs to watch in bed, both with SKY tv. The bed is a king size.

It comes fully equipped with everything you’ll need for your stay so you can cook a meal or breakfast before heading out to explore the coast and the city. There is ample space for couples to feel completely at home in the open plan living room which opens fully to the sun deck, becoming a wonderful extension of the space during the warmer seasons.

Other things to note

Whether you are a family looking to holiday along the coast, a couple excited for a weekend getaway or you are planning a business trip in the city, we offer an incredible range of holiday apartments for let by the night, week or month.

Brighton Marina has something for everyone. It sits equidistant from the City of Brighton & Hove, the South Downs National Park and the quaint smugglers villages of Rottingdean and Ovingdean, but has plenty to offer right here too.

Taking a stroll along the boardwalk, you can look out over the boats as they come in and out of the Marina while dining at one of the many family-friendly restaurants. Take the family bowling or to the cinema, or bungee jumping if you’re brave enough. Enjoy a night out at the renowned Rendezvous Casino after a meal and cocktails on the balcony of Malmaison. For fishing and boating enthusiasts there are several boat trips every day, plus yachting, sailing and water sport lessons available (weather and season permitting). Get pampered and any one of the spas, hairdressers and beauty salons, and for shopping there are several boutiques within the inner harbour.

Whether you are on foot, in a car or hiring a Brighton Bike from the Marina, you can access the City of Brighton & Hove in minutes as its iconic Palace Pier and Royal Pavilion are just 1-mile along the coast to the west. Heading east along the undercliff path you’ll come first to Ovingdean Cafe and Beach where freshly baked cakes can be enjoyed on the sand as the children play in the rock pools. Fish & chips can be found further along in Rottingdean where village pubs and antique emporiums are just a minute inland on the High Street.

Take a trip up the i360, or visit one of the many theatres, art galleries and museums in Brighton – which comes to life during the May Brighton Festival. The North Laine offers a bohemian and cultural experience with artisan cafes and independent shops – all of which are accessible by jumping on the Number 7 bus which leaves Brighton Marina every 10-minutes.

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Where It Is

Whether you are a family looking to holiday along the coast, a couple excited for a weekend getaway or you are planning a business trip in the city, we offer an incredible range of holiday apartments for let by the night, week or month. Brighton Marina has something for everyone. It sits equidistant from the City of Brighton & Hove, the South Downs National Park and the quaint smugglers villages of Rottingdean and Ovingdean, but has plenty to offer right here too.

Taking a stroll along the boardwalk, you can look out over the boats as they come in and out of the Marina while dining at one of the many family-friendly restaurants. Take the family bowling or to the cinema, or bungee jumping if you’re brave enough. Enjoy a night out at the renowned Rendezvous Casino after a meal and cocktails on the balcony of Malmaison.

For fishing and boating enthusiasts there are several boat trips every day, plus yachting, sailing and water sport lessons available (weather and season permitting). Get pampered and any one of the spas, hairdressers and beauty salons, and for shopping there are several boutiques within the inner harbour. Whether you are on foot, in a car or hiring a Brighton Bike from the Marina, you can access the City of Brighton & Hove in minutes as its iconic Palace Pier and Royal Pavilion are just 1-mile along the coast to the west. Heading east along the undercliff path you’ll come first to Ovingdean Cafe and Beach where freshly baked cakes can be enjoyed on the sand as the children play in the rock pools.

Fish & chips can be found further along in Rottingdean where village pubs and antique emporiums are just a minute inland on the High Street. Take a trip up the i360, or visit one of the many theatres, art galleries and museums in Brighton – which comes to life during the May Brighton Festival. The North Laine offers a bohemian and cultural experience with artisan cafes and independent shops – all of which are accessible by jumping on the Number 7 bus which leaves Brighton Marina every 10-minutes.

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