Enjoy an art holiday in Brighton, staying in a house filled with original artwork combined with a trip to Charleston.
Gather together a group of friends and head to Brighton’s Kemp Town to stay in a cosy cottage with a difference. This lovely 18th century townhouse is owned by local artist Romany Mark Bruce, and has 4 bedrooms and a private garden; it also features his original artwork throughout.
For further artistic inspiration, head into the countryside to Charleston – a former home of the Bloomsbury set with work by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. The house runs regular workshops to help you follow in their footsteps, and past courses have included experiential drawing, painted furniture and embroidery.
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