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A stylish gastropub with rooms that's more like a boutique hotel, The Ginger Pig offers impressive, comfortable, contemporary guest rooms plus a sassy bar and restaurant serving innovative Modern European cuisine. With Brighton's host of attractions on your doorstep, this is the perfect spot for a short break.

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The centre of Brighton is just a few minutes by car or bus - and buses are frequent. It's also fun to walk down Hove's Church Road to discover its shops and cafés.

By car: over 2 hours from London and Oxford, and 3 hours from Bristol. Paid parking available nearby.

By train: London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton takes around 1 hour. It's a 15-minute drive from the station. Book trains to Brighton.

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This is a lot more stylish than your usual pub with rooms. A slate grey colour palette combines with bright colour accents, quirky antique examples and original contemporary artworks. There are some nice features, such as some revolving Art Deco doors.


Staff are generally young, friendly and enthusiastic. Apart from the bar and restaurant, there aren't any other facilities. Good value parking is available in Princes Avenue nearby.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi

Pets are allowed in two bedrooms for an extra £35 charge per night, which includes a bowl and bed. Dogs are permitted in the bar but not the restaurant.


There are six rooms on the first floor, and five smaller attic rooms above. Rooms have a minimalist design with slate grey walls and wood floors. Facilities include a minibar with pre-mixed cocktails, a large TV, Nespresso machine, kettle and ironing board. Bathrooms are spacious, with powerful showers.

Room types: Small double, Large double, Luxury double

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Cowshed bathroom products, coffee machine, premixed 'Ginger' cocktails, radio, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

With contemporary style, the restaurant and bar look sassy and the impressive food lives up to its surroundings. Modern European dishes are made from local, seasonal produce. Dishes include halibut with white beans, rainbow chard, golden beets and saffron dressing, or seabream with samphire. The wine list is good, too. There's an orangerie next door, where breakfast is served.

Restaurant & Bar: locally-sourced produce, seasonal menus. Dishes include lamb pie, Sussex plaice and Himalayan salt-aged sirloin steak. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner

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