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Preston Park Hotel
216 Preston Rd
Brighton
Sussex

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Situated in Preston Village, to the north of central Brighton, this attractive hotel is set near Preston Park and provides a peaceful alternative to bustling central Brighton. Preston Park Hotel offers an attractive location, close to Brightonís largest park and near to Preston Park railway station. From this station regular trains run to Brighton railway station, giving you quick and easy access to central Brighton and the beach. The hotel is easily accessible from the A23 road, connecting London to Brighton. For your convenience, free car parking is available on site. Many bus routes stop close to the hotel, providing you with more options for reaching the centre and the beachfront.
The hotelís comfortable bedrooms and friendly bar mean you should feel at home in this conveniently located hotel. The helpful staff are waiting to welcome you and help with your every needs.

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