Lounge, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, parking vouchers (£10 for 24 hours).
All ages welcomed.
Allowed (not unattended) in some bedrooms by arrangement.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
Per person B&B £50–£75. Discounts for Vegetarian Society, Vegan Society and Amnesty International members.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Susan and Roger Marlowe pioneered sustainability practices at their twin 19th-century stucco houses in Kemp Town long before such things became trendy. Check in at the Art Nouveau reception of this characterful B&B within the East Cliff conservation area: upstairs are ‘comfortable’, colourful, eclectically decorated bedrooms, their bathroom stocked with certified cruelty-free toiletries. In the morning, breakfast in the Art Deco dining room has an imaginative, international flair. Try Cajun vegan sausages; fritters with mango sauce; simple duck eggs with soldiers; Sussex-landed fishy specials – all made with organic, locally sourced produce.
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