Brighton, East Sussex
A dazzling 1920s decorated period home on Brighton's vibrant seafront, sleeping up to six guests, complete with home cinema room.
Art Deco House Brighton is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
Just across the road from the beach, the Art Deco House in Brighton is perfectly located for guests to make the very most of both the seaside and the cosmopolitan city it resides in. It's inside, however, that really stops the show, thanks to its fabulous 1920s decor throughout. Sleeping up to six guests in the utmost glamour and style, this property once belonged to the famous playright, Sir Terrance Rattigan, and the home's stunning interiors pay homage to the roaring 20s in his honour. From the dazzling home cinema room to the gorgeous bedrooms and bathrooms, the property has been tastefully dressed with bespoke pieces and retro-inspired design to inject an element of playfulness. It's the ideal setting for fun family staycations and small group getaways.
The master bedroom of the property is home to a luxurious super-king bed, while bedrooms two and three each have two single beds. There are two beautiful bathrooms, each with a walk-in shower and toilet, ensuring plenty of space for all guests to enjoy. Although there are hundreds of eateries nearby and throughout Brighton, there's also something to be said for whipping up a meal in the home's unique kitchen. Fully-equipped with everything needed to cook up a feast, it's also a joy to be in this room, thanks to its striking design and modern appliances. For those rainy days, guests can treat themselves to a showstopping performance in the bespoke 1920s themed cinema room. Complete with mirrored cocktail bar, red bucket chairs and a huge screen behind a theatrical curtain, this is the place to socialise and let go with a drink and some popcorn.
Set on the seafront in Brighton's Kemptown area, the Art Deco House is well-placed for guests to make the most of the seaside as well as the city's lively nightlife, culture and food scene. On the doorstep, there is seemingly endless choice of eateries, pubs and boutique shops and markets. Crossing the road is all it takes to jump into the sea, sunbathe or stroll along the Victorian promenade. Brighton and Hove is a constantly evolving place, so there is always something new to be discovered.
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