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The Ginger Pig, Brighton, East Sussex
With 11 delightful bedrooms above a long-acclaimed Hove restaurant, it is no surprise that The Ginger Pig is an eternally popular choice for a foodie-focused weekend away. The Edwardian building is situated in a quieter corner of Hove, yet is nonetheless minutes away from the many attractions of lively central Brighton. The spacious guest rooms boast stylish décor, while the smart restaurant offers a buzzing atmosphere as well as innovative Modern European cuisine. The bar is equally impressive.
From the restaurant, you're near the action in Brighton, yet close to the more tranquil lawns and beaches of Hove.
Walk down Hove's Church Road to discover its shops and cafés, or saunter down Kingsway to reach Brighton beach and pier.
By car: over 2 hours from London and Oxford, and 3 hours from Bristol. Paid parking available nearby.
By train: London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton takes around 1 hour. It's a 15-minute drive from the station. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
Those wanting a short break where food is the focus and Brighton's attractions are easily accessed - especially Londoners escaping the smoke - will enjoy it here. There's a sassy contemporary look throughout.
Service & Facilities
We loved sampling the excellent dishes at the restaurant.
- Free Wi-Fi
There are a couple of pet-friendly rooms, with a charge of £35 extra per night, which includes a bowl and bed. Dogs are permitted in the bar but not the restaurant.
The largest room has a bathroom with a freestanding bath, a large shower and double basins. Rooms look stylish, with excellent décor colour choices.
Small double, Large double, Luxury double
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with Cowshed bathroom products, coffee machine, premixed 'Ginger' cocktails, radio, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Breakfast is served until a leisurely 11.30am, although sadly isn't included in the room rates. The tasty pork chop with rosti potato and black pudding intriguingly combines examples from different international cuisines.
Restaurant & Bar: locally sourced produce, seasonal menus. Dishes include lamb pie, Sussex plaice and Himalayan salt-aged sirloin steak. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner