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Saucy Stays in Brighton

Brighton is a bit alternative, buzzy - an action packed place to go for a break without kids and/or a dirty weekend. Whilst not classically romantic, it is a fun place to be and these 2 accommodation options will help you hot things up!...














seessThis 2 storey apartment is oozing erotica - with black walls, satin sheets, a bath tub in the bedroom under a sensual painting. The bedroom and shower room are on the mezzanine floor below and the floor above - also in mezzanine from the front door - has a lounge, kitchenette and small outdoor terrace. Everything you need is here to hole up for a few days .... but of course Brighton's entertainment is calling....

This property is in the Kemp Town side of Brighton which is edgy and rejuvenating like mad - with hip food and drink outlets popping up all over it. Try Pomegrante for tasty Kurdish cuisine, have afternoon tea at Metrodeco, a vintage Parisian 1930's tea shop, and move on to The Plotting Parlour for delicious cocktails.


For an extra buzz in this area, take the new zipwire. 300m of airtime for £16. Its the best way to arrive at the beach!






pelibarDon't miss a visit to The Hotel Pelirocco in Regency Square when in Brighton. Staff are friendly and there is often live events in the vibrant bar - from caberet to punk to comedy. The hotel is in a constant metamorphosis with new art and music themed decor everytime I visit.

Currently they are doing a spectacular job in transforming some of their rooms into sensual dens - one with a hot tub spa bath and leopard print (Bettie's Boudoir) - and another with a raised round bed and Japanese themed graffiti artwork (Koibito Love) ... and the flagship suite Lovers Lair with mirrored ceiling and pole dancing area for that dirty weekend away.













There is plenty going on in this area in Central Brighton. The newish i360 is looming over it all. The observation tower is best ridden at sunset we discovered. The seafront arches below house the Artists' Quarter with a range of studios selling their wares as well as eateries, bars and clubs, and there is generally some quirky characters to entertain as you promonade along the seafront.

For the pub experience visit Tempest Inn. The inside has tucked away corners within caves.  We ate at the brand new restaurant Murmur for tasty lamb in the shadow of the i360. Yum!


But perhaps the best advise to get your saucy weekend started would be to start with an aphrodisiac-laden plate of oysters and glass of Champagne at Riddle & Finns!