The apartments are 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, caf├ęs and entertainment venues in this unique and vibrant part of the city.

Pubs & Restaurants

North Laine Brewhouse – a large pub that brews it’s own beer and has good food
The Basketmakers Arms – a small family run pub, very popular with locals, a good selection of real ales, great food

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.

Getting around

The iconic Brighton Pavilion

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.