Lord Nelson Inn located at 36 Trafalgar St, Brighton BN1 4ED, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01273 695872

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Dave Baddick

5 Google Rating

Was in Brighton for a football match. The staff here were very welcoming and helpful. Despite the pl

5/ 5

Was in Brighton for a football match. The staff here were very welcoming and helpful. Despite the place being filled with football fans the atmosphere was very relaxed. The food looked good although we didn't have any. The beer wasn't bad either. Thanks for being so friendly.

As Sk

5 Google Rating

Just wanted to say a big thank you to all the staff at the Lord Nelson!A few weeks ago,after my Uncl

5/ 5

Just wanted to say a big thank you to all the staff at the Lord Nelson!A few weeks ago,after my Uncles funeral, we held my Uncles wake at this pub.We had a back room in the pub with a small outside area,perfect for us. Complements to the Chef,the food (for 40 of us)was amazing and such value for money.Service was excellent,and considering the occasion,we couldn't have been happier!Thank you for making our sad day end on a lovely note.

BrenGun12x

5 Google Rating

What a great pub. A bit of an Aladin's Cave. I've walked past it many times and now wonder why!

5/ 5

What a great pub. A bit of an Aladin's Cave. I've walked past it many times and now wonder why!

Dave Boddington

4 Google Rating

Popular pub with good atmosphere. It's a Harvey's (local Lewes brewery) pub and keeps it's beers wel

4/ 5

Popular pub with good atmosphere. It's a Harvey's (local Lewes brewery) pub and keeps it's beers well, usually having a choice of ar least 4 or 5. Often busy but as it is a large (for the area) pub - it expanded into the next door shop - it doesn't feel overcrowded. In warm weather the large front windows can be opened up preventing it becoming too hot. Close to the railway station too. Recommended.

Val Vizor

4 Google Rating

Friendly place with a small garden, good food and live music sometimes

4/ 5

Friendly place with a small garden, good food and live music sometimes

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  • Sunday12:00 - 22:00
  • Monday11:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday11:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday11:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday11:00 - 23:00
  • Friday11:00 - 23:30
  • Saturday11:00 - 23:30

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