Explore a royal landmark at Brighton's Royal Pavilion

Brighton's Royal Pavilion has been standing for two centuries and is the former seaside pleasure palace for King George IV.

Although white (well, grey) and somewhat weathered, the design of whipped peaks is reminiscent of Russia's Kremlin. Or at the very least a tiptop lemon meringue.

Walk around the classical estate and tour the exotic palace, that has been decadently furnished with many of the pieces coming from the Queen's own collection.

Exhilarating fun at Brighton Pier

Funfair rides, trampolines and arcades will keep the kids entertained for hours at Brighton's Palace Pier.

Adults can enjoy a glass of wine or a pint in one of the pier's bars. Feeling peckish? Tuck into some traditional fish and chips or some shellfish, or better yet, try a sugary crepe as you take in the views of the surrounding Brighton Beach.

Enjoy Brighton's vibrant nightlife

Brighton Beach is just steps away, and the seafront nightlife attracts stags, hens and clubbers from all over the country.

Planning a trip to the Royal Pavilion? Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel is just half a mile away or Travelodge Brighton Hotel is also Nearby.