The apartment is on the edge of Brighton’s cultural area, the lovely North Laine which is quintessentially Brighton. Within a short stroll you will find the very best independent shops including the wonderful Hisbe supermarket which is completely independent and well worth a visit, numerous entertainment venues like Komedia – a great comedy club and over 400 independent shops, cafés and entertainment venues in this unique and vibrant part of the city.
Many tourist attractions such as the Brighton Dome, Brighton Pavilion & Gardens, the Theatre Royal, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery are just a short walk away. Brighton Pier, the i360 and the seafront are a short walk and you can easily venture to other areas of the city like Kemptown or Hove. It really is an amazing location.
WALKING – From this location you can simply park up and walk to everything! Strolling around this city really is the best way to get to know it and enjoy it.
TRAIN – Brighton train station is less than half a mile away with frequent trains to London Victoria and Kings Cross.
BUSES & TAXIS – There are plenty of buses and taxis and Uber is also operating in Brighton but most of the city’s hidden gems can be reached and explored on foot.
BIKES – Bikes can be hired from many points around Brighton with the Brighton Bike Share Scheme. The nearest location is just across the road at Grand Parade.
There is a fantastic cycle path which stretches all along the seafront from the iconic beach huts in Hove all the way past Brighton Beach and the cliffs of Rottingdean.