The new partnership will aim to contribute to the local economy whilst tourists make the most of exploring Brighton and the Sussex countryside during their break.
Carol Whitney, sales manager, The Old Ship hotel, said: “We are really excited about the new partnership with Brighton and Hove Bus Network as it’s really going to give people more for their money when staying at The Old Ship.
“As the hospitality industry begins to rebuild amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, we are seeing more people look for a staycation in Britain and this is prime time for the sector as it sees a boom in bookings.”
Howard Barden, head of tourism, Brighton and Hove Council, added: “Brighton is a city nestled between the sea and countryside and The Old Ship Hotel new ‘To Brighton & Beyond’ offer is an ideal way for people looking for a staycation to discover the wider area in a sustainable way.
“The bus ticket will give visitors easy access to a wide variety of attractions and areas of outstanding natural beauty, in addition to enjoying the hotel’s central location overlooking the seafront.”