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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 yesterday via mobile

I love the North Laine's in Brighton, its hip with trendy shops and full of cafe's for all pallets you can imagine. Wondering around the Laine's are happy smiling people as it has that effect on you. The cafe's and restaurants are all great with...More

Thank Wendy B
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Hip and happening crowded happy such a variety of shops and shoppers have a coffee on the street and just watch the people you will never cease to be surprised at what you see

Thank John2204
Reviewed 4 days ago

The North Laine is not to be confused with ‘The Lanes’ of Brighton. ‘Laine’ is an old Sussex word for an area of arable land at the foot of a hill, and the north laine comprises a number of roads between the railway station and...More

Thank Robin P
Reviewed 4 days ago

Loved these shops down here, there is so much to see and some fantastic quirky little shops, I loved shopping her.

Thank traced68
Reviewed 4 days ago

I recently visited the North Laines. Wow what a great experience. It has a great atmosphere and is so different to anywhere else in Brighton. It has such an eclectic array of small boutique shops. This is a must if you visit Brighton. It has...More

Thank cygnetboy69
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Brighton is all about the alternative nowhere do you are this more than in the North laines. if you are looking for vintage unusual or just plain bizarre you found the rite place

Thank Tony S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Work your way through the streets where you will find all sorts of interesting local shops. Lots of coffee shops and sitting space outside. A vibrant part of the town.

Thank Travelworlds1
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the beating heart of Brighton's retail scene - loads of small boutiques, independent retailers and wonderful stalls selling amazing stuff. Just beware if you go at the weekend, when it gets hideously crowded with tourist groups all totally unaware of their own size,...More

Thank PRFluffy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Popped in as reviews said we would get a good selection. Had a few tasters nothing outstanding. No stouts available. Toilets were unclean and this was at 1pm when the place was empty.

Thank Ashleyd1973
Reviewed 1 week ago

a good place to browse and window shop , such a variety of things to buy.Food also available a great choice for veggies as well.

Thank Margaret C
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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