University Of Brighton Parking

Latest University of Brighton parking reviews
  • Parking on New Dorset Street, BN1

    Excellent, my friends and I were riding in the London to Brighton off-road bike ride in aid of the British Heart Foundation and needed somewhere to park in Brighton and this was ideal. Owner was very helpful, thanks again.

    Stephen
  • Parking on Manor Way, BN2

    Location was easy to find and the space was big enough for my Renault Captur Would recommend if you want somewhere to park on the eastern side of Brighton. 15 minute walk to sea front at Kemptown, 25-30 minutes from Brighton central. Very reasonable price and easy booking process

    John
  • Parking on New Dorset Street, BN1

    Really easy to get too, easy Parking. A couple of minutes from the town. Highly reccomended

    Dexter
  • Parking on New Dorset Street, BN1

    Really easy to get too, easy Parking. A couple of minutes from the town. Highly reccomended

    Dexter
  • Parking on Waterloo Place, BN2

    Found the space easily, thanks to advice from previous reviews to read the instructions carefully. Ideal location with plenty of space to park, would definitely recommend.

    Susan
  • Parking on Reeves Hill, BN1

    Easy to find. 30 mins walk to Brightons ground. Steep driveway but was well lit when I returned in the dark.

    Paul
  • Parking on Waterloo Place, BN2

    Excellent space and perfect location for the centre of town.

    Xenia
  • Parking on Kew Street, BN1

    The parking space was easy to find, in a great location and reasonably priced. I would recommend this parking space.

    Andy
  • Parking on Preston Park Avenue, BN1

    Unless you have a small car this is VERY tight to get into. The drive way and turning area is very very narrow. Good location to get to the station.

    Sam
  • Parking on Cowfold Road, BN2

    Not being from the area we used sat nav to find the space but sat nav picked it up very easy. The owner was very nice and polite. If I'm ever in the area again I would definitely book this space up again.

    Sheri May