Cool and Crisp
- This property will sleep a maximum of 6 people
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- Dining table seats 6
- Min. booking: 3 nights
- 3 Night Midweek:
- 3 Night Weekend:
- Full Week:
- Security Deposit: £300
10% from 21st May 2013 to 4th Jun 2013.
This is an attractive Victorian Mews House situated in a pretty cobbled historic courtyard. This property has been recently renovated to a very high standard using excellent quality of materials and finish. The interior has a cool, clean but classically contemporary style with solid oak flooring throughout. Downstairs the sitting room/dining area is open plan with a high ceiling therefore giving a more spacious feel to this period house. The furnishings are mainly oak and the property has been decorated with neutral fresh colour scheme, the effect is a very tranquil – perfect for your holiday in Brighton.
Sleeps up to 6 persons with 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and a double sofa bed in the lounge.
Outside communal courtyard.
Please note for groups over 4 there is an additional sofa bed supplement of £75. Please remember to tick the box on the booking page.
This property has the additional bonus of parking for one car within the Mews courtyard, which is bookable for a small fee. Vouchers are also available to purchase for street parking near to the property.
What People Say...
We had a great week staying at the property in Goldsmid Mews. Compact but well appointed with all we needed for a week away as a family. Lovely and clean too. We will certainly look to use your services for future trips back to Brighton & Hove.
Very clean and crisp interior design with lovely oak furniture, we booked both this one and the Mews House together for my friend's birthday.
What a lovely house! This was our second visit to the mews. We shall definitely return. Impeccable! Thank you.
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