Spring is here, which means Easter and lots of other exciting Spring events are just around the corner! There is so much to do and see in Brighton this April, so make sure to book your getaway to Brighton now!
From 3 April to 6 April 2015
Easter is coming up very soon, so start planning your weekend full of Easter fun in Brighton! There are so many attractions for you to enjoy in this vibrant and fun city next to the sea. What about a trip to the Royal Pavilion or Sealife? Or go for a spin in the Brighton Wheel! There are also different events going on during Easter Weekend, so plenty of reasons to book your Easter Weekend in Brighton now!
12 April 2015
Another reason to head down to Brighton this April! The Brighton Marathon returns to the south coast Sunday morning 12 April. It’s not just a marathon, because the marathon itself is just one part of the Brighton Marathon Weekend!
15 March 2015
Start planning Mother’s Day and take your mum on a special day out. A day she’ll never forget! We pulled a list together of things you and your mum can enjoy in Brighton.
28 & 29 March 2015
VegfestUK returns to the shores of Brighton in the last weekend of March 2015. UK’s premier vegetarian and vegan superfood festival will be held at the Brighton Centre.
From 19 March to 21 March 2015
Mark your calendars! The 25th edition of the Sussex Beer & Cider Festival is on its way to the Corn Exchange in Brighton on 19 March to 21 March.
Time flies as the first month of 2015 is already over and we are planning a romantic getaway with our loved ones, because Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. Have you booked your Valentine’s weekend with us yet? Visit our website to book a romantic stay in our fantastic hotel in Brighton. There is much to do in Brighton this month, including various Valentine’s events (see our previous blog), as well as the Brighton half Marathon and more! We have pulled a list together with the best activities of February. Enjoy.
The annual Brighton Science Festival 2015 is coming to Brighton this February! Returning for its tenth year, the festival shows that there’s a lot more to science than test tubes and prime numbers. Here’s a list of why you shouldn’t miss this year’s edition: