Map of Brighton

The Clarendon Centre is within 5 minutes walking distance of Brighton Station and is served by a wide range of local bus services. All London Road, Seven Dials or Brighton Station buses will bring you within a short walk of the Centre and one of the nearest stops is called Preston Circus. More information about Brighton & Hove bus services can be found at www.buses.co.uk and for live bus travel information click here.

Brighton Station is within easy walking distance of the Clarendon Centre. Trains from London Victoria (Southern) and London Bridge (First Capital Connect) take about an hour. The journey time from Gatwick Airport is about forty minutes. There are also regular trains along the south coast from Portsmouth, Worthing & Lewes etc (Southern). For live train information from Brighton Station click here.

DIRECTIONS FROM BRIGHTON TRAIN STATION

Exit Brighton Station along the walkway adjacent to platform eight (do not leave via the main entrance). Walk past the 'drop-off' point and car park. At Jury's Inn there are steps on your right down to the bottom of Stroudley Road*. Turn immediately left into Fleet Street. The Clarendon Centre is approximately 100m on your left.

*avoiding the steps: continue past Jury's Inn, turn right and then right again to bring you to the top of Stroudley Road. Cross Stroudley Road and turn right. At the end of the road, turn left into Fleet Street; the Clarendon Centre.

New England Street is situated off New England Road which links with the A23 (London Road) at Preston Circus.

DIRECTIONS FROM NORTH (A23)
AND WEST (A27 - A23 South)

Join the A23 and follow it into Brighton. Pass Preston Park, bear left into Stanford Avenue (one way system) and then bear right into Beaconsfield Road (keep to right hand lane). Continue under the viaduct, and at the lights, take the right filter lane and cross the A23 (northbound) into New England Road. Turn left at the next set of lights into New England Street. The Clarendon Centre is 100 yards on the right.

DIRECTIONS FROM SOUTH

On the A27 take the left filter after Sussex University on to A270 to Brighton (Lewes Road), past University of Brighton to Vogue gyratory system. Continue following signs A270 Town centre/Seafront. Turn right (by large church) onto St Peter's Place A23. Follow signs A270 Station/Hove (Cheapside) and continue straight ahead at the traffic lights, following the road into New England Street. The Clarendon Centre is on the left just after the second set of traffic lights. The entrance to the multi storey car park is in Elder Place. Take 1st left after traffic lights and follow road to the right. The entrance is on the right hand side of Providence Place (passed York Hill).

PARKING

There is limited dedicated parking for the Clarendon Centre, included plenty of space for loading / unloading. Additionally there is some on-street meter car parking. The London Road NCP multi-storey car park is located a few yards to the south of the centre. The car park entrance is in Providence Place (BN1 4GN), which can be reached via Elder Place (opposite the Clarendon Centre).

Our Location

We are a five minute walk from both Brighton Railway Station and the NCP car parking on London Road. The Clarendon Centre is situated on New England Street next to the New England Quarter development and only five minutes’ walk from the cultural centre of the North Laine and South Lanes.

BRIGHTON is a fun and vibrant place. From our central location you can easily access the town centre and seafront allowing you to explore what’s on offer.

Here are our recommendations:

Eating & Drinking

The famous NORTH LAINE and LANES districts are a short walk from the Clarendon Centre and full of great cafes and restaurants.

Our current favourites are: Jamie’s Italian, Riddle & Finns (fish), Bills (great breakfasts), Mange Tout (French), Chilli Pickle (Indian), Cote (Steak/French), Pizza Express, Las Iguanas (Mexican), Strada.

Some great coffee shops nearby too. We recommend award winning Taylor Street Baristas, Coffee@33 and Small Batch.

Shopping

The North Laine is a great place to find independent boutiques and vintage shops. Most high street retailers can be found in the South Lanes and central Brighton’s Churchill Square shopping Mall.

Entertainment

Free evening? Brighton Centre, Komedia, Brighton Theatre Royal or Brighton Dome

HEAD TO THE BEACH GET SOME SEA AIR GO FOR A PADDLE HIRE A DECK CHAIR HAVE A SWIM (IN THE SUMMER!) A GREAT WAY TO START AND END THE DAY AND ONLY FIFTEEN MINUTES WALK AWAY

For more ideas or information about Brighton go to Visit Brighton.