How to get to The Twenty One in Brighton
Directions from London. Take M23/A23 to Brighton. Once in Brighton follow signs towards the sea front, on the approach to the sea front you will pass St Peter’s Church on your right and then the Royal Pavilion. You will soon see the Brighton Pier in front of you. Turn left at Harry Ramsden’s fish & chip shop at the mini roundabout in front of the pier and we are about 1 minute on the left (4th turning past the lights at Lower Rock Gardens). We are 4th house up Charlotte Street.
From Gatwick airport. Take train directly from South terminal at Gatwick into Brighton (approx 40 minutes).
From Heathrow airport. Take National Express bus ‘747’ to ‘Pool Valley, Brighton’ from the central bus station (approx 2 hours).
On foot from Brighton train station: Walk out of station and straight down Queens Road (towards the sea), then turn left at the clock tower onto North Street (after 3-4 minutes you’ll pass a taxi rank on your right), carry on and cross the road at Old Steine, this will take you straight across onto St James’s Street, when you get to the lights at the junction on St James’s Street at Lower/Upper Rock Gardens, go straight over and we are then the 4th road on the right (Charlotte Street), we are no. 21 on the right. (Approx 30 minute walk)(or taxis at the station are plentiful and should be no more than approx £6)
As a guest, you are entitled to purchase a ‘Hotel Visitor Permit’, these permits allow you to park on-street in residents parking bays (zone C), obviously we are in zone C, and all of the streets close by are zone C.
The permits are supplied by Brighton & Hove City Council but we keep these permits in stock at all times and they are priced at £10 per permit.
Each permit lasts for 24 hours.
These permits do not guarantee you a space, however, there will always be somewhere to park!
When you arrive – if there is a space in our street, park up and then come to us to collect your permit – if no spaces in our street please stop opposite on the double yellow lines so that we can unload your luggage, sort your permits and we can then point you in the right direction as to where to park up
There is some free on-street parking to be found, but this is to the North of Queens Park, some 15 minute walk back to ‘The Twenty One’
There are NCP car parks
There are pay & display bays on Marine Parade and locally
There are 2 x disabled bays in Charlotte Street which allow for free parking with a valid blue badge. Blue badge holders may also park in pay & display bays for an unlimited time or up to 3 hours on double/single yellow lines
There are pay and display bays locally where you can ‘Pay by Phone’ – Some of these bays (Freshfield Road, Sutherland Road (5 mins walk from us)) will only cost you £5.20 per 24 hours.