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The Cosiest WIFI Hotspots in Brighton to Warm and Feed you on Snowy Days

Written by Aaron Charlie – Wed 01 Dec 2010

Find wifi cafe in Brighton

Find wifi cafe in Brighton - image by www.heatherbuckley.co.uk

The MetOffice warn us of another 5 days of snow and below freezing temperatures. The Brighton bus services are as precarious as the pavements, and you are the only one that actually made it into the office. Time to make the same excuse as everyone else, it's a “snow day”!

But don't hide at home. Instead, head to your nearest cosy café or pub with wifi and work from there. No excuse not to be online, Social Media is definitely not having a snow day. We provide  SEO Training, Email Marketing Training, Google Anlaytics Training and Photoshop Training, in Brighton, Sussex -  just some of the skills you could  learn to  keep you busy when you can't get out.

Here is a list of my favourite free wifi across the centre of Brighton, from Kemp Town to Hove. They all have a great laid back atmosphere that might make you want to stay for longer than planned.

Add The Colour
Bright, open, spacious, very comfortable and flexible, great place for photographers and office meetings. Wonderful coffee and delectable cakes 64-65 North Road, BN1 1YD
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Kemp Town Bookshop
Independent little gem of a bookshop with a cosy and quiet café on the top floor. Hot drinks, grilled sandwiches and a range of cakes will keep you feeling warm throughout the day.
91 St. George's Road, Kemp Town, BN2 1EE.
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The Marlborough Pub A Brighton landmark, hiding just behind the Old Steine. It is quiet in the daytime and serves a great menu of hot dishes and pancakes. The staff are the friendliest and the pool table is free when you need a break.
4 Princes St. Brighton, BN2 1RD.
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The Hop Poles
Small, quirky pub with a great garden. Their menu of hearty dishes made from local produce changes every day.
13 Middle St. Brighton, BN1 1AL.
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Hampton Arms
Here, you feel like you've come to a tattoo parlour or art gallery rather than a pub. With painted murals and art in every corner mixed with wholesome burgers, you will want to stay here all day.
57 Upper North St. Brighton, BN1 3FH.
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Tic Toc Cafe
Homey and quirky little cafe in the heart of Brighton's historic Lanes. Great coffee and homemade food.
53, Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB
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Giraffe Restaurant
A short walk from the station, this restaurant has a private booth area plus a great sharing table for 8 people- perfect for weekend brunches or lunch with colleagues. And about a 10 min walk to the beach!
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Iydea
The Iydea is great value quality food fast!  They offer a large selection of freshly prepared hot and cold meals served in seconds so you can make the most of your lunchtime.  All their food is freshly made from natural raw ingredients and served in the most environmentally friendly packaging available.
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The Dorset Street Bar
In the heart of the North Laine, The Dorset is a Brighton classic, a social melting pot for the locals and day trippers alike. Situated on the corner of Gardner St and North Rd, it is perfect for watching Brighton life pass by, whether cosying by the fire with a mulled cider, or sipping a shandy in the sun.
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Cafe Delice
Serving great coffee, pastries, homemade sandwiches, fresh salad, homemade seasonal dishes and quality wine and beer.
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Temptation
Temptation is the fresh and exciting new eatery to join Brighton's North Laine and home of 2009/10 Sussex Young Chef of the Year, Oliver Darby. Kick back, relax and enjoy the bedazzling array of sights and sounds Brighton has to offer.
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The Marwood
The recently opened Marwood Studios is providing Brighton's cafe-goers with an edgy alternative to the current offerings in the city. The decor is different - some would say eclectic cool, others might call it hotch potch, either way, Marwood has bags of personality and you can't argue with that.
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Naked Tea and Coffee
Naked is a gem overlooking the Lanes. A room for every mood. Lounge on the floor on thick cushions - conduct meetings - snuggle on the sofas. Large range of loose teas and coffees. Sunny roof terrace. Gluten/wheat free bread/cakes. Homemade cakes galore, baked daily.
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Please use the comments to add your own suggestions and share your Brighton knowledge.

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