2 South Street,, Hassocks, West Sussex BN6 8UQ
20 years of designing & making extraordinary jewellery
44 reviews of The Lanes in English
However I'm really not the type of person that likes to walk in a crowd and queue just to get out of a pathway. Go on a weekday morning. It also irritates me to see so much merchandise with a cannabis leaf on it, and having to march so slowly through so many smokers.
Given my choice, I'd rather go to a large shopping centre.
I love the Old Lanes as well... with all the antique shops.. so beautiful..
I think that is the first place that someone should visit in Brighton is the Lanes..
Well, what can be said really… It’s a lovely part of town, with wonderful shops, run by very nice people. There is nothing quite like an afternoon down hear aimlessly wandering round finding little treasures, and of course taking the odd break for tea and cakes… :)
Isn’t it hard NOT to go through here. There is always something you seem to have missed the last time you went in there. It’s true you can walk around in circles but who cares !! You can most things to eat in there, but I always seem to end up THAT Spanish Tapas Place!!!
This is a must see area of Brighton, when you come. Quirky unusual shops friendly people everywhere, great to people watch in the centre with a latte. North lanes just up and over a main shopping road lovely eateries here. When I go back to Brighton I'll go again. Pecksniff's is a wonderful shop with aftershaves, perfumes and toiletries.
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After too many years in Brighton I still end up walking around in circles here ..
Plenty of indepedne tilttle shops, a few little designer pret-a-porters and some seaside tackiness thrown in for flavour.
Probably all a bit over priced, but then it is a tourist magnet ... not to far from the beach for fat/drunk legs to stagger to.
There is this really odd 60's concrete plaza somewhere in the middle where Rounder records is. It's got a fountain and is completely out of place in amongst the old winding streets - very Dudley.
Overall this area must have the highest concentration of independent traders in any town in the country.
I have been to the lanes in Brighton now for many years and I must say every time I go there I always buy something. It has not really changed at all which I think is a good thing. The jewellery shops are so nice all at different budgets.
I really recommend you to visit the lanes and you will be like me you will come back again and again.
There’s something magical on these bendy streets. It’s probably my wonky geography rather than a pavement conspiracy but you’ll notice something new each time you take a footstep.
There’s some amazing art sprayed on the walls around this area with lots of boutique shops covering all sort of fashion tastes.
There’s gadgets to sexy shops as well as lots of independent foody places to unwind and enjoy healthy food from.
There are market stalls at the weekend where people sell mac makeup at a discount as well as all sorts of curios.
Quite simply summarised, my favourite place to shop in the whole world! Quirky,fun, individual, colourful, unusual, eclectic, and some good little places to eat and drink too. Can get very crowded i’ve always preferred going in winter but summer is great too to sit out with a drink. The Lanes are 3 (or 4?) roads long. I never get bored of them and there is something for everyone but especially for those who want the unconventional, the unusual..fab for costume jewellery, vintage clothes, retro home items, hippie stuff and one off stores and boutiques.
Awesome shopping seeing as its one of my favourite past times. Great bars and restaurants also. Only thing i will say is the shops do tend to be more expensive here than other towns but its always busy so i don’t think people mind.
I visited The Lanes a few years ago on a trip to Brighton and absolutely loved it.Continuous small lanes of antique shops,jewellery,clothes shops and cafes all intertwined provides a really unique and different day out.Alot of the clothes shops here have quirky,kitsch items that you wont find in many other shops and although I’m not really one for antiques I did find it great to just stop and look in the windows of the antique stores just to see what they had on offer.A lovely place to visit.
The Lanes in Brighton are brilliant, one of my favourite places and I don’t normally like shops. It is a maze of small, unusual shops, mainly antique shops but there are also shops selling clothes, music, gorgeous original jewellery and some tasty cafes, quite a few of which cater for vegetarians. There is a fantastic bookshop which sells new and secondhand books and I could spend hours and lots of money there.
The Lanes is so much more interesting than the main shopping street. If you are looking for a present for someone try here first as you will quite likely get something original and different.
It can get very crowded especially in the summer with lots of tourists but is well worth a visit.
this is a great shoping centre. there are plenty of shops to look in and al offer great service and great prices. the shops are well placed for you visit to the centre. the location is also not to far from the sea front. this is a great area of brighton.
The Lanes is one of my fav places to go to shop. Its fall of unique shops from antique to ones selling instruments. Parts of the lanes feels like walking down Diagon alley! There are many good Pubs and cafés in and around the area.
There has never been a time I have gone to Brighton with out looking around the Lanes.
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