Brunswick is famous for its Regency architecture and arty heritage, and the Bolt Hole apartments sit right in the heart of the area, a mere two minutes' walk from the seafront and a short walk from everything Brighton has to offer.


The city centre is a five-minute drive via taxi, bus or car, or 15 minutes on foot


For buses, click HERE for the timetable 


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


There are plenty of places to eat and drink nearby, but to help you choose we thought we'd let you in on a few local secrets...


On your doorstep

The Regency Restaurant, 131 King's Road (01273 325014theregencyrestaurant.co.uk)

Locally-caught seafood served with views of the beach and pier


The Wick Inn, 63 Western Road (01273 736436; www.thewick.pub)
Characterful local pub serving Thai cuisine


La Choza,105 Western Road (01273 325444lachoza.co.uk/western-rd)

Vibrant Mexican street-food joint


Market Restaurant, 42 Western Road (01273 823707www.market-restaurantbar.co.uk)

Small plates and tapas with a Spanish and British influence


Further afield

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

Fantastic Sicilian food from a family-run restaurant that's consistently voted one of the best in Brighton


Indian Summer, 70 East Street (01273 711001indiansummerbrighton.co.uk)
Award-winning cuisine in the heart of the Lanes


Very Italian Pizza (VIP), 19 Old Steine (01273 677377pizzavip.co.uk)
Intimate, authentic, affordable, brilliant