More than just a good night's sleep

Brighton, Patcham

The Black Lion
London RoadPatchamBN1 8YQ
Tel: 0845 11 26 097

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Just a few miles from the seafront, in the Sussex jewel of Patcham, this large, welcoming lodge provides ideal budget accommodation for short breaks in Brighton.

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Facilities

  • Accessible Rooms
  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast
  • Meeting room 12 seats

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From Junction 11 of the M23, take the A23 towards Brighton for 15 miles
  • At the junction with the A27 stay on the A23 and go straight over the ensuing roundabout
  • You'll find the lodge on the left-hand side of the road, at The Black Lion Harvester

By Rail

  • Brighton Station is a short taxi ride away, with a 20-minute express service to Gatwick Airport and a 45-minute service to London Victoria
  • Gatwick Airport is signposted from Junction 9 of the M23 or via Crawley on the A23

Preston Park Station: 1.6 miles

Brighton Station: 3 miles

Gatwick Airport: 24.5 miles

Newhaven Ferry Terminal: 15.6 miles

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Just a few miles from the seafront, in the Sussex jewel of Patcham, this large, welcoming lodge provides ideal budget accommodation for short breaks in Brighton.

It's a comfy base for those summer or half-term seaside trips, with several family rooms available and a Harvester restaurant serving tasty grills and unlimited fresh salad.

Popular Brighton needs little introduction. One of the most vibrant, diverse cities in England, it's home to a bustling seafront, bars and clubs aplenty, a sealife centre, the iconic Pavilion and Victorian West Pier and the charming boutiques and antique shops of The Lanes.

There's plenty to see in Patcham too, with windmills, a 12th century church and a conservation area full of pretty listed-buildings. Nearby Hove and Lewes are also well worth exploring.