Beyond the Peace Statue, on Brighton beachfront, marks the entrance to Hove in Sussex. Here the seafront takes on a leisurely feel with the vibrant beach huts and plush seafront lawns
overlooked by the beautiful Regency architecture of Brunswick Square, Hove and the stunning Adelaide Crescent.
During the reign of Queen Victoria Hove grew rapidly with the building of tree lined boulevards, a grand Town Hall, hotels, parks and gardens, a gas works and brewery. King Edward VII spent holidays in Kings Gardens and the famous were attracted by the residential elegance and invigorating sea air.
Today, Hove retains its reputation as a distinguished destination in its own right, radiating a more tranquil air than neighboring Brighton. It’s wide boulevards are in contrast to the bustle of Brighton and the impressive Marlborough Court was once the residence of the Duchess of Marlborough, aunt of Winston Churchill. With a mix of stunning Regency architecture and a unique atmosphere all of its own you’ll discover an impressive array of shops, cafes and restaurants in Hove, as well as lots of attractions from Museums and Art Galleries to sports facilities, gorgeous gardens and stunning architectural churches.
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