Whether you've come to Brighton to experience the night life, shopping, history or culture, everything is mere minutes away from Orchard House. 

Brighton Pavilion, The Sealife Centre and the i360 (to name but a few), are a ten-minute drive away, and beyond the beach and the city you'll find the beautiful South Downs National Park.


The city centre is a ten-minute drive via taxi, bus or car, or half an hour on foot


For buses, click HERE for the timetable 


Beyond that, London is a direct 1hr 20m train journey from Brighton Station


When it comes to eating and drinking you're spoilt for choice, but we're happy to let you in on a few of our favourite local secrets...


On your doorstep

Miller and Carter, London Road, Patcham (01273 552886www.millerandcarter.co.uk/restaurants/south-east/millerandcarterbrighton)

A friendly local option serving coffees, drinks and steaks


La Tana, 47 Ladies' Mile Road (01273 330440latanarestaurant.co.uk)
Family-owned restaurant famed for its warm welcome and extensive Italian menu


The Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori, 130-136 Old London Road (01273 507075elizabethancottagetandoori.co.uk)


Further afield

Burgers and Cocktails, 15 North Road (01273 688885www.giraffe.net/locations/brighton)

Does exactly what it says on the tin – a fun local spot for families or a casual evening


The Crown and Anchor, 213 Preston Road (01273 559494www.thecrownandanchorinn.co.uk)
A super pub serving a great range of local ales and good quality food, with plenty of space to enjoy it


Mediterraneo Restaurant, 2a Clyde Road (01273 674350mediterraneorestaurants.co.uk)  

A local secret so good we’re almost not willing to share it. Great Italian food, great wine, great service