Latest West St Leonards Station parking reviews
  • Parking on Tilbury Way, BN2

    This is a small parking space. Large enough for a small car, but is difficult to prevent the parked car from encroaching on the turning circle (which is the public road immediately next to the parking space).

    Kath
  • Parking on The Drive, TN31

    Directions were reasonably clear, arrived on site but as we were the only car there thought it best to check i was in the right place. Tried to call the parking space owner on the supplied number but could not get through. In the end i left my contact details and details of who I parked through on a post-it note on the dash and hoped for the best. Access to the parking a little tight turning in from Shipyard Lane. All in all worked out fine, 5 minutes walk into town and no driving around looking for parking, would have liked to be able to confirm i was in the right place (perhaps a sign on the gate?)

    Gary
  • Parking on Tilbury Way, BN2

    Car was mostly parked on the pavement and i only have a beetle so is a small car. It is essentially a a patio in front of house. No dropped curb or lowered curb.

    Helen
  • Parking on Marine Drive, BN2

    Great parking space for staying in Brighton, very close to bus stop, with very frequent bus services

    Jane
  • Parking on Tilbury Way, BN2

    Easy space to find, pretty easy to park as well. I've got a Honda Civic, you'd probably struggle to get anything bigger in the space. Convenient location, only a 15-20 min walk down to the seafront (slightly longer going back as it's all uphill). Can't fault it. I'll most likely use this space again. Excellent valve for money & location.

    Elliot
  • Parking on Coldean Lane, BN1

    Parking space was fine easy to find only gripe was than e mail was sent to spam didnt find it until I rang up 3 days later.will check spam first in future.

    Michael
  • Parking on Tilbury Way, BN2

    First time booking via this website and I will be doing it again! This space is very convenient for Brighton and only a 10 min downhill walk to Sea Life Center. We ended up booking a cab back to the space as it is uphill all the way but this only cost £10 between 5 of us, we stayed opposite Sea Life Center for a cost comparison for you. I drive a 5 door 02 Ford Focus and got straight in the space perfectly. Would book again for sure!

    Laura
  • Parking on Tilbury Way, BN2

    The space was easy enough to find although it was not obvious how we should park. We knocked on the property door and called the mobile number to ensure that we were parking correctly but had no response to either - not even a call back at a later time. This left us feeling a bit apprehensive about leaving the car as we would not return for 4 days. It was not made any better by a neighbor getting upset by us moving their bin, which we had to do in order to park and had every intention to return it to its place. The space itself was hard to park in and definitely needed a passenger to help guide me in. If you do it on your own I would fear you would hit a concrete post or even worse fall off over a large ledge leading to the front of the property. This space is absolutely not suitable for large cars; we had a Honda Civic and it was a push. I cannot fault the price to park here and does offer great value if you can get in. However I would personally pay a little more in future and have a much easier experience parking.

    Trevor
  • Parking on Coldean Lane, BN1

    Good location and easy parking will use again

    Michael