A classic Brighton boozer with a charm that feels like it's evolved over decades
34 Guildford Road
The Battle of Trafalgar Brighton
A homely cask loving pub just metres from Brighton Station
There are many pub options by Brighton Station each offering something a little different, The Battle of Trafalgar Brighton is the bedded in classic local offering great cask options less than 30 seconds from the platform.
The Battle O Trafalgar 1805 (to call it by it’s full and proper name) is decorated with a homely menagerie of pictures, portraits and posters covering all sorts of themes and the ast majority of the walls throughout the pub.
The corner bar greets you as you enter and there are two rooms, a main room to the right of the door and another narrow one that extends ahead to the left of the bar. Tables laid out nearby to each other in a communal but not on top of each other way
The atmosphere in The Battle of Trafalgar is simple and comfortable, some might consider it dated or old fashioned, but it’s that bedded in feel that makes it unique in the area.
There are an impressive five different cask pumps offering a collection of local favourites but purposefully always a guest option or 2 from further afield. However this is not a hunting ground for modern keg and craft beer.
Food is available at The Battle of Trafalgar Brighton and focusses on burgers and light bites, that is unless it’s a Wednesday curry and a pint night for a respecatble tenner.