Public gardens and landmarks
Discover the beautiful public gardens and picturesque landmarks during your staycation in Brighton!
There’s plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, whether you want to get some fresh air and experience the scenic East Sussex landscape or you simply want to explore local hidden gems.
Gardens and outdoor landmarks
Stroll through One Garden Brighton
One Garden Brighton is a stunning renovated garden in Brighton which the public can visit for free!
Originally built around 200 years ago, the garden was originally a 6-acre plot of land at Stanmer Park.
For many years, the garden wasn’t open to the public, but it’s now a peaceful place to visit for all lovers of plants, nature and all things botanical.
Visitors can explore the outdoor garden, admiring the beautiful plants, and buy delicious food from local producers.
You can also enjoy a bite to eat, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, which is ideal for families, couples and friends spending a day out at the garden.
How far is One Garden Brighton from Mercure Brighton Seafront, The Norfolk Hotel?
It’s approximately a 25-minute drive from our hotel (5.6 miles).
How much does it cost to visit One Garden Brighton?
It’s free to visit the garden!
Stay at our hotel near One Garden Brighton
Make Mercure Brighton Seafront, The Norfolk Hotel your home from home during your staycation in Brighton.
Our family-friendly hotel has a range of rooms for families of all sizes, with space for up to 4 guests and the option to request an extra cot or bed for your little ones for free.
If you’re on a short break in Brighton with your friends, you’ll love our twin rooms or our sea view hotel rooms.
Alternatively, if you’re on a romantic break with your partner and want to treat yourselves to extra luxury choose our privilege rooms or junior suite.
During your stay, you can also enjoy on-site dining and room service, as well as parking at our hotel.