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East of Brighton Pier to Brighton Marina, Brighton, England
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LGBTQ History Walking Tour in Brighton
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“kemp town” (174 reviews)
“st james street” (19 reviews)
“charity shops” (9 reviews)
East of Brighton Pier to Brighton Marina, Brighton, England
+44 1283 696899
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Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

When going out on the tiles in Brighton kemptown area be prepared for a great night with all the pubs and restraints you will have a joy of a time

Thank Rob J
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Kemp Town is full of quirky restaurants and shops and quirky people as well. A great area for a walk instead of the usual Brighton main stream shops. Trendy restaurants and bars, and close to Brighton Marina if you want to hop on a bus.

Thank SaveTheBees
Reviewed 22 June 2017

A good place to have a walk,good bars,shops etc.Also on the bus route.Some interesting houses / muses to see..The main street through have some good lanes leading to wards the sea, well worth a visit

Thank Rogerbar1
Reviewed 20 June 2017

we was there with family and walking around Kemptown. There is so beautiful and most quite place to get a little bit rest.

1  Thank just76na
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Explore Kemp town by starting from the Old Steine and walk as far as you like up St James's Street. An eclectic collection of shops and people. distinct from any other parts of the city. Lots to discover, if you make it all the way...More

2  Thank Material M
Reviewed 14 June 2017

Each time we come to Brighton, we have to come here. We always stay in Kempton so never to far away. I love the quirk and the cocktails, big thumbs up from me

Thank tina m
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Kemptown rocks! Bars, restaurants, shops, takeaways, charity shops, gay bars, sex shops, grocery stores, late night shops, hotels, there is everything here. Great fun to stay in or visit. So Brighton...

Thank Sara M
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Fun and vibrant and more locals than tourists with some great shops and eateries, a few nice pubs (and a few dodgy ones!) and a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Not the cleanest streets but certainly worth walking round.

Thank TonksMeow
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Just a lovely place to be, you feel welcome, safe and part of the community, it all feels very local despite the fact that you are in the middle of the city. Loads of small cafés and restaurants to enjoy as well as some great...More

2  Thank Paul-Sew
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Kemptown is a really interesting area to wander round. The shops on St James Street if you are on your way up from town are of a great variety with very little in the way of chain options. Then once in Kemptown the buildings are...More

Thank 12TravellingG
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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