50 miles from London, 20
miles from Gatwick Airport, and only
one and a half miles from Brighton train station.
From the M25 motorway: Exit at Junction 7 onto the M23 south.
Continue on the M23 onto the A23. Follow signs to Brighton
and on reaching the town, follow signs for the seafront.
left onto the Kings Road/A259 (seafront road) and you'll
find Regency Square and the Beach Hotel situated directly
the grand West Pier.
From the South West/Exeter: Follow the A30
to Honiton and join the A35 passing Dorchester turning onto
the A31. Take the A31 onto the M27 continuing onto the A27
all the way to Brighton. Follow signs for Brighton seafront,
turn onto Kings Road/A259 (seafront road) and you'll find
Regency Square and the Beach Hotel directly opposite the grand
Walking from the train station will take approx. 25
Head South, straight down Queens Road, shortly to be renamed
Ocean Boulevarde, which at the clock tower turns into West
Street. Once at the seafront turn right onto Kings Road. Kings
Road is the main seafront road where you can see the famous
Brighton Pier to your left and alittle further along the beautiful
West Pier to your right. Regency Square and the Beach Hotel
is directly opposite the West Pier.
A taxi from the train station would be approx. £5.
Parking is available underneath
Regency Square, and on the seafront.
For those staying in Brighton and wishing
to explore further afield, Newhaven is just 9 miles along
the coast and provides a regular ferry
service to France. Sussex is full of villages and towns of historical interest, including
Rottingdean, Alfriston and Lewes to the east of Brighton,
and Arundel and Chichester to the west.