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North Laine

Between Church Street and Trafalgar Street, Brighton, England
+44 1273 683666
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Between Church Street and Trafalgar Street, Brighton, England
+44 1273 683666
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I love the North Laines in Brighton. Many odd shops selling things that you probably would not have set out to buy. Part of the pleasure is just meandering down the Laines soaking up the mise en scene and peering into the shop windows to...More

Thank Monsieurslinky
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is a lovely place to visit and wander around there are quirky shops and loads of places to eat! You might just find something you never knew you wanted or needed!

Thank reeceyb
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Jk- great for a cup of tea and cake. Loads of vintage and quirky shops to spend an afternoon browsing.

Thank CaiAlexWills
Reviewed 4 days ago

As you walk down the hill towards the front you come across some steps down on your left, which take you to the north laines. Things get going after ten. Here you will find interesting little shops selling way out (and way in) items. Be...More

Thank youngpapaya
Reviewed 5 days ago

The vibe in this place was just amazing. Really great for an afternoon stroll, browsing in small shops. They had some nice pieces!

Thank AdamBrowns
Reviewed 6 days ago

I love the lanes in Brighton and North Laine is by far one of my favourites, there are so many quirky little shops - you can so easily get lost for ages looking at all the niggles.

Thank HiiElle
Reviewed 1 week ago

The North Laine is not Brighton's famous Lanes, which are alleyways on the other side of North Street. The North Laine is a separate area of quirky, interesting shops, cafes, restaurants and cultural venues. If you call it the North Lanes everyone knows you're not...More

Thank JillyJargon
Reviewed 1 week ago

Found the north lanes after trying to find someone who wasn’t a tourist. Be prepared for large crowds and you get deeper and deeper into the lanes, there’s restaurants with seating in the middle of the street basically because there’s so much human traffic it’s...More

1  Thank patrickar6
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Lanes are a superb tourist venue with good chain restaurants, lots of jewellery shops and a good atmosphere. But the North Laines are where the Brighton people go for their quirky shops (vegan shoe shops, Infinity Foods, vintage clothes shops). It heaves with people...More

Thank Ireneukey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When you come visit this amazing place Brighton, the Lane's are a must for the atmosphere and the wide funky range of shops and coffee shops, ice parlours and shops. No matter what the weather the lanes are great place as well as Brighton.

Thank Irishmike2014
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Response from MoragB123 | Reviewed this property |
accessible public toilets in the area: Jubilee Library – Jubilee Street Brighton Museum – Royal Pavilion Gardens Prince Regent Swimming Pool – Church Street Royal Pavilion Gardens – Princes Place Lots of street... More