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East of Brighton Pier to Brighton Marina, Brighton, England
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“kemp town” (173 reviews)
East of Brighton Pier to Brighton Marina, Brighton, England
+44 1283 696899
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Reviewed yesterday

The flea markets are great and the choice of food is good. A little bit out of the main town (20 mins) but worth a visit.

Thank Templarhouse
Reviewed 6 days ago

On first sight, there is a lovely London city feel to these old buildings and the gardens sweep outwards to the abyss. The greens are sliced open by colours in flowers and feel. Delightful area.

Thank acton28
Reviewed 6 days ago

Kemptown is a vibrant and busy corner of Brighton. Rather like Camden in London in appearance and style, although not as big, it has it's own charm and atmosphere that is quite unlike the big city version. Things are far more laid back and relaxed...More

Thank george c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Kemptown is home to tolerant people: gay, straight or both. It is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise too often prejudiced world. It is also an exceedingly beautiful quarter, with stunning views onto the Brighton sea and the main Victorian pier. You will...More

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed here, just off the front and found it to be a great location with quirky shops in abundance and also the mainstream essentials near by. Clean and tidy. Nightmare to part.

Thank Felicity69Hull
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Antique shops maybe, cafes but nothing much else that we have noticed worthy of a visit. Architecture was not particularly striking either until at the end of Kemptown where there is a cluster of Regency buildings.

Thank gweeboonhiah
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Kemptown is at the edge of Brighton but does not offer much other than some shops. It in fact is a bit boring to visit and is not somewhere I would take anyone to see.

Thank Trevor B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The walk along the headland to the marina is a lovely stroll and the Marina has some nice bars and eateries to enjoy the views or take a boat trip to go fishing. They had a large screen out for Wimbledon tennis when we were...More

Thank Joanna S
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Charity shops, cafe's, clubs, sex shops, tea shops, beautiful architecture, specialist vintage and antique shops. More B&B's than you can shake a stick at (some more expensive than the top sea front hotels) and a wide range of exquisite deli's that will satisfy all your...More

Thank sam b
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Gorgeous area overlooking the sea. Beautiful Victorian architecture and parks. Lovely restaurants and quaint shops. Definitely worth a stroll

Thank Dave1408
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Lolo P
21 April 2017|
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Response from sp1der280 | Reviewed this property |
Hi cannot advise you really as it depends on your budget. Look for accommodation in Upper Rock Gardens as that is a lovely area. Do not book anything on St James's Street as that is always busy but lovely.If you really want... More
15 July 2015|
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Response from Sally C | Reviewed this property |
The pavements are quite well negotiable in a wheelchair as the kerbs are dropped at the ends of the roads. Some shops do have disabled access upon request but some are at street level. As the previous person says, Kemptown... More