Brighton has 8 conservation areas that are recognised as outstanding. These include the Eastcliffe Regency area, which present a long stuccoed façade which has been described as "unsurpassed anywhere in Britain". At the heart of which you will find Charlotte Street. Running off Marine Parade, this tranquil street is aligned with fine four story buildings, circa 1810, with intricate cast iron balconies and gracious bow fronts. Half way along you will find the two grade two listed buildings, numbers 18 & 19, which make up Paskins Brighton.
Paskins has been famous for being environmentally friendly. This is best sampled through the delicious breakfasts, prepared with mainly organic produce or sourced where ever possible from local farms. Whilst this is now a fashionable claim to be making, it is notable that Paskins has been practising this for the last twenty years.
All the soaps and goodies in the rooms are guaranteed not to be tested on animals and the soap itself is so environmentally friendly that it is recommended by the Vegetarian Society, Vegan Society and VIVA.
What makes a great hotel?
Although we are not a big Brighton hotel, one of several hundred in the City, we have still obtained recognition and have become the Times Newspaper hotel of the week enabling our reputation to spread all over England.
B&B's that succeed enjoy a personal touch which go out of their way to look after their guests. It is often small thoughtful touches which impress. Feel that that you are a welcome visitor, not a passing commercial opportunity. We can’t sum it up better than repeat the words of the Good Hotel Guides founder, Hilary Rubinstein. ‘A good hotel is where the guest comes first.’
Paskins Town House is a small hotel that has set out to achieve its own discerning standards.