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Brighton & Hove

Nestled between the Sea and the South Downs, Brighton & Hove is modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan. There’s something uniquely free and open about the spirit of this town that inspires happiness, fulfilment and adventure. Whether it’s a day on the beach, a trip to a museum or a stroll through the Laines, Brighton & Hove has something for everyone.

Just 500 meters from the beach and only 50 minutes from central London, we’re located in a beautiful part of Hove in the heart of a diverse Jewish community. Surrounded by local artisan shops, restaurants, and easy transport links, our holiday homes are situated moments from all the city has to offer, with amenities, leisure, arts and heritage just a short trip away.

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The facilities

More than just a holiday home, guests will have access to outstanding facilities, right on their doorstep. From delicious kosher food at Novellino Brighton, to a brand-new gym, stylish co-working spaces and an exciting programme of events and classes, it’s the community spirit that makes any holiday a memorable one.

Guests will benefit from 10% off at our restaurant (except for Shabbat) and affordable day passes to use our gym & co-working space.

Secure underground car parking and electric charging bays are available during your stay, plus bicycle storage.

 

Shabbat Meal Packages

*Pre-booking available by Wednesdays*

Enjoy a catered Shabbat weekend in our kosher restaurant by the seaside with our specially curated Shabbat Meal Packages. Packages include a four-course Friday night dinner and a three-course buffet Shabbat Lunch, as well as hot beverages, soft drinks and kiddush wine. Available to enjoy in our restaurant or as a takeaway in your holiday home.  

At £110 per person + 12.5% service, our comprehensive package ensures a memorable and delicious Shabbat for you and your loved ones. For children under 12, our package is £70 per person + 12.5%  service, for under 5’s it is £40 per person + 12.5% service, and all under 2’s are complimentary. 

Join us for a Shabbat filled with delicious food, warm hospitality, and cherished memories. Book your package with our team to make your Shabbat truly special.

To Book

Call: 01273 750334
Email: novellino@bnjc.co.uk

 

The apartments

Light-filled, contemporary apartments, with private balconies. These two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments accommodate six individuals and offers the perfect accommodation for a seaside break, with everything you’ll need on your doorstep.

Just 500 metres from the beach and with access to fantastic amenities including communal gardens, a kosher restaurant, café, shop and co-working space. Plus underground parking and 24-hour security for peace of mind.

The community

Based in the heart of Brighton’s Jewish Community, our hub is centred around Jewish culture and practice. The Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation Synagogue is open to visitors from near and far to attend daily services. Our on-site Mikvah will be open from the summer, and kosher food is available every day of the week at our restaurant, Novellino Brighton.

Brighton & Hove is a diverse and welcoming city, and we’re proud to offer a kosher destination to enable everyone enjoy all our seaside town has to offer.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the answers to some of the common questions we get about our holiday stays Please do get in touch with us at stay@bnjc.co.uk for any further information.

What can I expect on arrival?

On arrival, please head straight to security at the main entrance to receive your keys and access fobs. If you have parked in the underground car park, take the lifts to Elm Tree Court or Olive Tree Court up to the ground floor and head to the front of the centre. If you are coming into the site as a pedestrian just enter at the main entrance and let security know that you have a booking. 

What is the check in & check out procedure?

Once you have your fob and your apartment number, head to the apartment block to the East side of the campus (to your right if you are on the street facing the centre). This block is Elm Tree Court. 

Your fob will grant you access to the foyer of the apartment block. From here, use the lifts to access the floor you will be staying on. 

Apartments 3 and 4 – 1st floor 

Apartments 7 and 8 – 2nd floor 

Apartments 10 and 11 – 3rd floor 

The doors are heavy and will slam if not held while closing. For the sake of residents and other guests, please try to minimise doors slamming.  

To lock the door, close the door and pull the handle up before turning the key in the lock. 

At the end of your stay, please lock the apartment and return the keys to security. 

What’s the latest time I can arrive on the day?

The latest you can arrive is before security leave the site at 11pm. Checkout is strictly at 10am on the day of departure. If you require a later check-in or checkout, this must be organised beforehand by emailing stay@bnjc.co.uk.

Can I arrive after Shabbat has started on a Friday?

Yes, you can. Security is at the gate until 11pm and you can check in any time before then. Because it is Shabbat, there will not be staff around to assist you other than security staff. 

Is there parking available on-site?

Yes, absolutely. As a guest with us, you have access to an underground car parking space, organised with us before your arrival.

Our security will be notified of your arrival time and will be expecting you. Please head straight to security at the main entrance to receive your keys and access fobs. You will then be led to  park in the underground car park. From here you will take the lifts to Elm Tree Court or Olive Tree Court up to the ground floor and head to the front of the centre.

What can be found in the apartment?

The apartments are set up to keep you comfortable during your stay. There are two bedrooms and bathrooms, with linen and towels for all guests. 

The kitchen has an oven and stove, fridge and dishwasher and all the glassware, plates and cutlery for up to 6 people. BNJC is open to everyone, so if you are concerned about Kashrut we suggest ordering or bringing disposable items for your peace of mind. 

Is there a washing machine I can use?

There is a combination washing machine and tumble dryer in the apartment, with laundry pods for any items that may require laundering.

Do I need to bring my own linen & towels?

We provide one set of linens and towels for each guest. If you require extra, please let us know. 

Where can I eat during my stay?

When you come to stay at BNJC you have a number of options for your meals.

The apartments are set up for self-catering. While we cannot guarantee the kashrut levels of our guests, we can provide disposable items to ensure that kosher guests can eat in the apartments.

Throughout the week, you would also be welcome to visit our on-site restaurant, Novellino Brighton for your meals. Please visit our Restaurant webpage for details on the days we are open and to book a table. 

On ad hoc weekends, our restaurant may be open, and you would be welcome to book a table to eat your Shabbat meals in the restaurant. Please contact Novellino for more details by emailing novellino@bnjc.co.uk.*

You may also be able to order a fully catered meal through Novellino during your Shabbat stay. For more details, please email novellino@bnjc.co.uk.

You can buy ready-made meals, or delicious ingredients to prepare in your apartment from our on-site deli.**

*Please note that unless you have booked your meals through Open Table you will not be able to make use of this service.
** Please note the deli closes at 2pm on a Friday.

We are staying over a weekend. Can we book for shabbat meals?

The apartments are set up for self-catering. While we cannot guarantee the kashrut levels of our guests, we can provide disposable items to ensure that kosher guests can eat in the apartments.

On ad hoc weekends, our restaurant may be open, and you would be welcome to book a table to eat your Shabbat meals in the restaurant. Please contact Novellino for more details by emailing novellino@bnjc.co.uk.*

You may also be able to order a fully catered meal through Novellino during your Shabbat stay. For more details, please email novellino@bnjc.co.uk.

You can buy ready-made meals, or delicious ingredients to prepare in your apartment from our on-site deli.**

*Please note that unless you have booked your meals through Open Table you will not be able to make use of this service.
** Please note the deli closes at 2pm on a Friday.

How can I use my 10% off discount in the restaurant?

As a guest with us you are entitled to 10% off at our restaurant. Please show your confirmation of reservation to the friendly staff at Novellino to benefit from this.  

Can I use the gym during my stay?

Absolutely! A gym day pass is £10. You can add this to your reservation or email stay@bnjc.co.uk for more details. 

I need to work during my stay. Can I buy a day pass to the co-working space?

Yes, of course. Contact ashley.wolf@bnjc.co.uk to book into the coworking space. 

How do I get to the beach from BNJC?

You are almost at the beach already! By heading out of the site onto the street, you can turn left or right and then head down one of the perpendicular streets down to the seafront, and it should only take around 5 minutes. 

What do you recommend we do in Brighton during our stay?

Exploring the City:

  1. The Royal Pavilion: Start your journey with a visit to the Royal Pavilion, an extravagant palace with Indo-Saracenic architecture. The surrounding gardens are perfect for a leisurely stroll.
  2. Brighton Pier: Dive into the classic British seaside experience on Brighton Pier. Enjoy arcade games, traditional fish and chips, and thrilling rides overlooking the English Channel.
  3. The Lanes: Lose yourself in the narrow, winding streets of The Lanes. Here, you’ll find a mix of antique shops, independent boutiques, and charming cafes. It’s a great place for unique souvenirs.
  4. Brighton Beach: Soak up the sun on Brighton Beach. Take a stroll along the famous pebble shore, explore the beachside shops, or grab a deck chair and enjoy the sea breeze.
  5. Art and Culture: Brighton has a thriving arts scene. Visit the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery or catch a performance at the Brighton Dome. Don’t forget to explore the vibrant street art scene, especially in the North Laine area.

Nightlife: Brighton is renowned for its nightlife. Explore the eclectic bars and clubs on West Street, or head to Kemptown for a more alternative scene.

Day Trips: Consider taking a day trip to the nearby Seven Sisters Cliffs for breathtaking coastal views. Alternatively, explore the historic town of Lewes or venture into the South Downs National Park for hiking and nature.

Local Tips:

  • Download the Brighton Breezy app for real-time beach information, including water quality and tide times.
  • Use the local buses or rent a bike to navigate the city easily.
  • Check out local events, festivals, and performances happening during your stay.