The Iron Duke


3 Waterloo Street, ,, Brighton, BN3 1AQ

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About the hotel

Built in 1828, The Iron Duke is proud to be the oldest running pub and guesthouse in the Brunswick Area. Brunswick Town (as this neighbourhood is called) is one of the most historically preserved Georgian planned communities in the South of England, and arguably the nicest neighbourhood in the Brighton & Hove area. The best part of the Iron Duke is its location.

Just moments from the beach, the blue skies and sea air, offer a gentle breeze from the moment you step outside. If you are looking for a great, comfortable guest house with clean rooms, friendly staff, a little bit of history and walking distance to the beach we are the place for you! We also house The Dukebox Theatre, a 40 seat micro theatre which has shows all year round. FREE WIFI IN ALL ROOMS SORRY NO STAG/HEN PARTIES OR GROUPS OF 6 OR MORE GUESTS. ANY BOOKINGS FOUND TO BE THE SAME GROUP ON ARRIVAL WILL BE REFUSED.

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Showing Sunday 29 November 2015 to Monday 30 November 2015

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Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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From 14:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

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Very Good

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83% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Lorna C

  • November 2015

Desperate for renovation

Our room was normally used for stag party-goers, who would probably not mind the odd assortment of worn out, sad furniture, the one double socket and the non-working TV.

The curtain rail fell down and we were assured that happens all the time. The loo was much used and only round the corner, but the showers were up another flight of stairs. The window overlooked a vent so the room smelt of old cooking, and had lots of cigarette butts which had been thrown out so that previous guests could by-pass the non-smoking policy. The dining room had only one double socket in use, so guests had to choose between using the coffee maker, tea-urn or toaster. They also ran out of mugs on our last day, but this time we were giggling hysterically. We had to ask to have tea bags etc. after the first day as they were never replenished. There is no parking and if you want a hair dryer you have to ask to borrow the one behind the bar.


  • October 2015

good value for money

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