Walking & Cycling

If you’re joining us for a little slice of Brighton adventure, getting out on foot or heading on a bike ride are two of the best ways to take in the sights. Simply head to reception to hire one of our bikes. 

Our top 3 walking routes:

  1. National Trust Devil’s Dyke Devil’s Dyke is about 6 miles long, but there are a selection of walks to choose from based on your ability.
  2. Hollingbury Wood Just a few miles outside of Brighton, this is a  lovely short family-friendly and easy access walk around the pretty Hollingbury Woods. The route is free from gates and stiles and suitable for buggies and wheelchairs.
  3. Stanmer Park There are 4 different trails to choose from starting from 1.75 miles to 5 miles long. The first is a lovely short family-friendly woodland walk in the Great Wood area of the wonderful Stanmer Park. The second route option is a longer excursion into the pretty Stanmer Park. This route also enjoys the woodland of the Great Wood, but it also ventures out into the park and takes you through the village of Stanmer with it's pretty church and tea rooms.

Our top 3 cycling routes:

  1. Coastal Rottingdean Route Starting from Brighton seafront to the village of Rottingdean, this is a fun, easy and flat route to enjoy. Passing through Volks Railway and Brighton Marine, the route takes you pass the lively seafront, cafes and galleries. 
  2. Coastal Worthing Route This 10 mile route starts at Brighton central beach and follows the National Cycle route 2 to the beautiful seaside town of Worthing. The biggest town in West Sussex, the Worthing cycle route passes Hove seafront and lawns where you can stop to enjoy the beautiful views and a bite to eat at the local cafes.
  3. Stamner Park and Falmer Route Starting a little outside of Brighton Centre, this route starts at Hove Station and is 16 miles long. Passing through the Hove Lagoons and lawns, where you can stop to visit Fatboy Slim’s popular beach cafe, this is the perfect route for the more adventurous visitors.