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Known as the beach of London, Brighton it’s a vibrant seaside location. However, even the most relaxing city can become a nightmare if you’re dragging heavy bags.
If you’ve asked yourself “Where can I store my luggage near me?”, worry not, Stasher has done the hard work for you and put together a handy guide to luggage storage in Brighton. Read on to find the solution that fits you best 👇
Stasher is a service that allows you to store your luggage safely and conveniently anywhere you are.
We’ve partnered up with major hotel chains such as Accor Hotels and Premier Inn to provide you with a network of hundreds of local businesses that are ready to offer you a place to store your bags in Brighton.
Storing with Stasher is:
✔️ Fully Insured
It’s just £6 per day, and £5 for every additional day!
Our luggage storage locations are all very central - close to the train station, the Lanes and the Pier, we have you covered at every step of your journey.
Need luggage storage in Brighton? These are some of the most popular areas around the city.
To see a full list of our Brighton hosts and a map, click here. 👈
Our StashPoints are open late to accommodate storage for your entire day.
Finding and booking a StashPoint is easy!
1. Use our map to find the best location
2. Book online.
If you need any help with your booking, don’t hesitate to get in contact with our award-winning customer service team!
👉 If you're heading to Brighton and are looking for things to do and see, check out our Brighton guide.
Brighton Station has no luggage storage facilities. If you need to store your luggage for a couple of hours or more you can either check with your Airbnb host, even though they rarely offer this type of service, or drop your luggage at one of Stasher’s many StashPoints.
Excess Baggage Co has left luggage services at Gatwick Airport.
The luggage storage facilities are located in both North and South terminals.
Bear in mind: luggage storage at the airport is incredibly more expensive than any of Staser’s locations. Moreover, they are only convenient if you are planning on staying in Brighton for a couple hours and then head back to the airport.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Charmingly eccentric. Funky. Vibrant. While it may be smaller than London, this delightful beachside city is every bit as cosmopolitan. Families and students, hippies and hipsters, drag queens and day-trippers, Brighton offers something for everyone. A mere hour away from the capital by train, the city is easy to access, making it a popular cityscape destination.
Let’s face it — a trip to Brighton is going to centre on the seaside. And there’s more than enough to see and do on the beachfront to keep the day tourist. Stroll down to the Pier for postcard-perfect views, candy floss, amusement arcades, adrenaline fuelled rides and all the whimsical delights you would expect from an English seaside holiday. If you want to give a more horror-movie twist to your city break, keep your eyes peeled for the West Pier, the city’s old pier which burned down years ago leaving behind only twisted metal frames sticking out of the sea.
The nearby British Airways i360 Tower is the world’s tallest moving observation tower, looming large over the Brighton skyline and serving as the city’s very own ‘vertical pier’. On a clear day, you can enjoy unparalleled views over the city, as well the Downs and Beachy Head.
And of course, the buzzing beachfront is one of the city’s best spots to hang out — soak up the Regency architecture, check out the beachside bars, grab some fish and chips, and settle down for a perfect day at the seaside.
Perhaps Brighton’s most iconic attraction, the Royal Pavilion served as the pleasure dome of George IV, and is one of the most sumptuous and extravagant buildings in the country. Built between 1787–1823 in the fashionable Mughal style, expect a stunning Banqueting Room, oriental paintings and thousands of exotic treasures to keep you occupied.
If you’re looking for one of a kind items or simply want to go window shopping, a stroll through the famous Lanes is a must. This historic, winding maze of streets in the heart of town is home to the nation’s largest concentration of independent boutiques, restaurants and shops (over 300 of them). Nowhere reflects the ethos of Brighton better than The Lanes, whether you’re looking to nab some bargain vintage clothing, browse some antiques or enjoy an atmospheric, al fresco meal on the East Street square.
Want to grab a bite to eat while wandering around the Lanes? Head to the Gingerbread, arguably the jewel in Brighton’s culinary crown, offering no-frills, flavourful European cuisine using some of the best locally -sourced ingredients in town. Bardsley’s has the best fish and chips in town, while La Choza flies the flag of Mexican cuisine with first-rate burritos and smoked pulled pork. If you’re travelling on a small budget but still want to sit down and eat somewhere relatively grown up, the Coal Shed is the perfect spot for you. Order an onglet steak or a shrimp po’boy, we promise you won’t be disappointed.
The arts are a big thing in Brighton, which regularly hosts nation wide famous events, such as Brighton Festival, featuring everything from contemporary dance to book readings, The Great Escape, an emerging artist music festival, as well as the Brighton Pride.
Forget about London’s music venues, Brighton has become the new mecca for music lovers. The thriving scene is held high by scores of venues dotted around the city and putting on shows every night of the week. Check out the Brighton Dome and Brighton Centre for big international names, or head to The Prince Albert (keep your eyes peeled for Banksy’s iconic ‘Kissing Policemen’ graffiti), an iconic music venue, the Green Door Store, the Hope & Ruin, as well as The Haunt.
Looking for something a bit more out there? We have the perfect hang out place for you. GloBalls, a glow-in-the-dark dinosaur themed indoor golf, is as unique as kitch. There are also a wealth of clubs and bars to party the night away, such as the Bulldog, the oldest gay bar in Brighton, The Mesmerist, home of burlesque shows and circus performers, as well as the Casablanca Jazz Club, a basement bar with a cracking atmosphere.