X Marks
Your Spot

Seaside or hillside, bikeride or paddleboard glide. South coast walks or South Downs wildlife. Strolls to the Lanes or the Brighton Open Market.

Work the quirk, quaint or vintage, chic or crafted. Eclectic arts, electric culture, tastes and fooderies.

Magic eateries; chocolates, take-away patisserie.

Take in the dance floor. Take in a movie, in a bed on the beach. Take Pride.

Your best Brighton life. Where X is the unexpected.

Convenient and connected to the Brighton buzz and beach beyond

Home X to the beach is a direct line down Lewes Road. Walk Brighton. Scoot Brighton. Bike Brighton. If you fancy, bus Brighton. No need to drive it. Moulescoomb is a stone’s throw away, to take you up and down the coast.

And from Brighton, if you ever want to leave, train it to London in less than an hour, with loads of services. Or 64 miles in the car.

Moulsecoomb Station
08 minutes (walk)
Brighton Station
06 minutes (train)
Royal Pavilion
10 minutes (cycle)
Hove
13 minutes (car)
Brighton Academy No. 23 or 25 from Coombe Road
05 minutes (bus)


Wild Park Local Nature Reserve
12 minutes (walk)
Seaford
31 minutes (train)
Brighton Palace Pier
10 minutes (cycle)
Lewes
15 minutes (car)
Bevendean Primary School No. 48.
06 minutes (bus)


Brighton Open Market
23 minutes (walk)
London Bridge (via Brighton)
1hr 23 minutes (train)
The Lanes
19 minutes (cycle)
Gatwick Airport
31 minutes (car)
Brighton Beach No. 24 or 25 from Coombe Road
14 minutes (bus)