The LIMQUET School is held at the Old Ship Hotel in Brighton.
With parts dating back as far as 1559, The Old Ship is Brighton’s most historic hotel, seamlessly combining modern design with the building’s original period features. Its iconic seafront location lends itself to stunning panoramic sea views, alongside excellent accessibility to local attractions and unique event facilities that make the hotel a perfect choice .
Brighton is a sunny seaside city famous for its sense of inclusivity. Dynamic and cosmopolitan, it’s a place where you can express yourself and be who you want to be, all just a few minutes from our campus. Brighton is located on England’s south coast in the county of East Sussex. It’s only an hour away from Central London by train and 30 minutes from London Gatwick, one of the UK’s major international airports.
The easiest way to get to Brighton is to fly to London Gatwick. There is a direct train connection between London Gatwich and Brighton which only takes 30 minutes. Other London airports such as Heathrow or Stansted are connected to Brighton either by train via London Victoria or by bus.
Information about the train schedule can be found a the National Rail Enquiries web page which also provides information about ticket prices.
A direct bus service is provided by National Express. Please see their web page for their schedule and ticket information.
Brighton is well connected with many regular connections along the coast and to London. For details please see the National Rail Enquiries web page.
The easiest route is to take the A23 right to the seafront. When at the roundabout by the pier, turn right along the seafront with the sea on your left. At the next set of traffic lights, turn right into Black Lion Street and our hotel will be on the left. Limited parking is available at an extra cost.
The Old Ship Hotel is less than a mile away from Brighton Train Station, where direct services to London and other locations can be found.