A SMALL, TRADITIONAL PUB OFFERING

Bed & Breakfast

 

About Us

A small traditional pub in the heart of Hove just 100 metres from the sea front and its famous 19th century promenade.

A small traditional pub in the heart of Hove just 100 metres from the sea front and its famous 19th century promenade.

The two upper floors were converted to 3 en-suite bed and breakfast rooms in 2011.

 Sue took the pub over in 2010 and is helped by a great team, her manager Warren, Kevin and Paul behind the bar and Paulina with the rooms. They all make our guests very welcome as do our pub customers and Beau (our dog).

Our Reviews

The whole team aims to ensure our guests enjoy their experience when they stay at the Bow Street Runner Bed & Breakfast. That’s why we are delighted with the reviews we consistently receive.

Room 1

On the first floor above the pub, with a separate private entrance for our guests to use.

Double bed en-suite.

Room 2

On the second floor above the pub, with a separate private entrance for our guests to use.

Double bed en-suite.

Room 3

On the second floor above the pub, with a separate private entrance for our guests to use.

Double bed en-suite.

Reviews

Guest Reviews

Our visit began with a warm greeting by the owner and the pub regulars, instantly felt at home and welcomed. Everyone there was delightful, room was lovely and comfortable with all the amenities we would need for a nice stay. Our room was right above the pub yet we were never disturbed by undue noise.

Julia, USA

Everything about this place is cozy, warm and friendly. The bed was very comfortable and we got a duvet each as I asked for. The bathroom nice and enough space and the shower is strong. Breakfast is in fridge and on table in the room. Croissants and cereal, juice and milk. Very close to the sea and restaurants and the lovely pub downstairs with dog and fire place.

Beem, UK

Lovely, clean, cozy room and in a great location. Landlady was really nice and super helpful.

Karl, Sweden

Perfect place for a short stay – very clean, staff were helpful and friendly. We had a variety of beverages in our room and a small breakfast which I found lovely! If you’re looking for a classic British experience (staying above the pub!), it’s a perfect place to do so. Highly recommend!

Marta, Poland

Croissants perfect, soft and flaky, big, warm bed, hot showers, friendly people all around, wifi, maps of the city, close to pubs and restaurants.

Todd, USA

Perfect stay! Everything was great! Very clean, cosy, very friendly owners and perfect location! We really enjoyed our stay and they even offered us a vegan option for breakfast with soy milk, bread, cereals, we really appreciated!

G, France

What you Get

Amenities

Free WiFi
Light continental breakfast
All rooms en-suite
Hairdryer
Complimentary toiletries
Flat screen TV
Tea and coffee facilities
Fridge in rooms
Above a local pub
Restaurants

From traditional fish and chips to award winning tasting menus (there are 16 restaurants nearby that are mentioned in the Michelin Guide), Hove has it all and it’s all on our doorstep. Of course you can easier get into the City centre, which is equally renowned as a foodie’s delight.

Bars & Lounges

If you want to try something other than our traditional pub, then you wont be disappointed. Secret cocktail lounges, lively pubs and clubs, craft beer and craft gin bars are all within walking (or staggering) distance.

Arts & Culture

Brighton & Hove has long been known for its creative vibe. Each May we host the Brighton Festival and Fringe Festival, during which many artists open their homes for you to view their art. It’s a really popular month so book early if you plan to visit then.

Year round there is always something happening; art galleries and museums, gigs and concerts, street art and theatres – something for everyone guaranteed…

 

Shows & Entertainment

There’s no shortage of entertainment nearby with The New Venture Theatre and The Old Market within a 5 minute walk of the Bow Street Runner. In the City centre you have the Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome which has 3 historic spaces under one roof – Concert Hall, Corn Exchange and Pavilion Theatre and Komedia is situated in North Laine. Added to that a multitude of fringe venues such as The Marlborough, The Brunswick and The Southern Belle. All reachable by foot, bus or taxi.

Outdoor & Adventure

With the stunning South Downs and infamous Devil’s Dyke just a 10 minute drive away, you can have as much or as little adventure as you want. Take a drive into the Downs and you’ll see paragliders overhead, go to the beach on a windy day and there’ll be kite surfers and wind surfers galore. For those wanting something tamer (and the sea is calm) you can also paddleboard all the way along to Worthing if you have the staminer, or you can just enjoy a relaxing round of Pitch and Putt.

Day Trips

Explore the South Downs on foot or bicycle, take a boat trip out to the Rampion Wind Farm, spend a day wandering North Laine, The Lanes and Brighton Palace Pier… Whatever you want to do you can generally do it here. Our staff will of course help you plan your trip if you need us to!

Stay at The Bow Street Runner

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We will give you a 5% discount when you book via our website.

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01273 327688
62 Brunswick Street West, Hove BN3 1EL
bowstreet@btinternet.com

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