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Camelford Arms *

Formerly: White Horse

Friendly bear-popular pub
Once known as the White Horse, this Kemptown pub was snatched up by new owners and painstakingly renovated before being reopened as the Camelford Arms. Friendly and free from attitude or loud music, the Camelford skews a bit older crowd-wise, and it's very popular with bears. Big Dave's Quiz Night is every Thursday.

Tags: Bar Food, Mostly Men, 30-somethings, 40-something, Over 50 crowd, Bears, Pub/Tavern, Wi-Fi Internet

30-31 Camelford Street
Brighton, UK

(127) 362-2386
Sun. - Wed.- Noon - 11.30pm
Thurs- Noon till midnight
Fri & Sat Noon till 1am


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  • January 19, 2016

  •   Class as my "local"
    packardbellboy ·

    June 17, 2015

    Fantastic Sunday roasts, friendly bar staff, more traditional pub than other gay bars in Brighton. Modern interior and very popular on a Thursday for quiz night, on nights like those wish the place was bigger as it's rammed! Costs a bit more than other bars but if you want cheap, stick to the other bars, prices reflect the slightly older customer base and avoids any trouble.

  • June 17, 2015

  • May 19, 2015

  •   the best place to see handsome bear
    catbrown4you ·

    November 21, 2014

    Very quiet, just busy but the best place to see young bears 30s bears old bears. Stuff friendly, people nice for the end the best of city
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  • eurokeith was here
    "Last night drinkies with the bears in Brighton Matt"

    August 3, 2014 via foursquare

  • eurokeith was here
    "Old mout summer berries cider is officially lush! Matt"

    August 1, 2014 via foursquare

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