Brighton has excellent links for international travellers
with convenient access to airports and sea ports. The city is Within easy access of Northern
France and for visitors who arrive by ferry we are just a short journey from the nearby port
of Newhaven and easily accessible by train or motorway from the major ports of Dover Portsmouth
and Southampton. There is a direct rail link from the Eurostar Service at St. Pancras plus regular
coach and rail connections from London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports, Travel time is just
under an hour by rail from London, 45 minutes by road from the M25 motorway and 30 minutes from London Gatwick Airport.
DRIVING - Travelling from the M25 motorway or from Gatwick Airport take the M23 / A23
southbound to Brighton and follow the signs for the seafront. As you approach the heart of the city the
A23 enters a one-way system taking you directly down to the coast. On the right you will pass St Peter's
church, then the Royal Pavilion. Ensure you are in the left hand lane. When you reach the Brighton Pier
roundabout turn left onto Marine Parade. New Steine is the 9th turning on the left.
COACH - We are just a five minute walk from Brighton Coach Station in Pool Valley,
right in the heart of Brighton, close to the seafront. Brighton Coach Station is always on the go with
coaches coming and going all day and into the early hours of the morning. National Express runs a frequent
service right to the airport doors at Gatwick and Heathrow airports. When you arrive in Pool Valley simply
walk towards the seafront and you will find yourself facing the famous Palace Pier. At the pier roundabout
cross over to Marine Parade. New Steine is the 9th road on your left and you will find Five Brighton a third
of the way along on the left.
TRAIN - Frequent train services run from London Victoria (Southern Railways), London Luton
(First Capital Connect) and Gatwick Airport - South Terminal. Five Brighton is approximately 15 minutes walk
from Brighton train station. TAXIs are available at the station. Travelling by BUS take the No 7 bus to New
Steine which is the second stop on St James' Street. ON FOOT leave Brighton station and walk straight ahead
(towards the sea) until you reach the Clock Tower with Boots to your left. Turn left at the clock tower onto
North Street and continue along until you reach the Old Steine. The entrance to the Royal Pavilion will be on
your left. Continue across the traffic lights and straight ahead you will find St James' Street. New Steine is
the 8th road on the right. Five Brighton is towards the sea end on the right hand side.