Hamptons Brighton is located on a seafront Regency garden square, called the New Steine, in the Kemptown neighbourhood of Brighton. Turn right and you’re on the seafront, turn left and you’re on the infamous St James Street. We know you’ll want to explore Brighton further but there’s plenty to do on St James Street. During the day you can choose from a range of cafés, delis and coffee bars. We recommend you check out the local cafes for your breakfast. For a Full English with a Jamaican twist try Irma’s Kitchen. For something a little more continental try Morris and Jacques. If you are a pastry or croissant fiend try the Real Patisserie. In the evening St James Street comes alive with an eclectic mix of pubs, cocktail bars and bistros.
If you want to explore Kemp Town more we recommend you walk 10 minutes east (away from Brighton centre) to the St Georges area. It’s got a lovely villagey feel and there’s a fantastic choice of antique shops, eccentric pubs, cafe’s and restaurants.
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Follow the A23 to Brighton. Head for the seafront and turn left at Brighton Pier. New Steine is the 9th turning on the left.
Walk out of the station towards the Clock Tower. Turn Left onto North Street and head down towards the traffic lights. Continue across junction onto St James Street. New Steine is the 8th road on the right. The No.7 Bus stops at the top of New Steine. Visit trainline.com for train times.
Poole Valley Coach Station is last last stop on the Brighton route and is just opposite Brighton Pier. With the Pier to your right, walk up Marine Parade. New Steine is the 9th Road on the Left. Visit National Express for more information.