Everyone is welcome at Martlets – whether you’re in our care, a friend, carer or family member. Here’s what you need to know:

What are the visiting times?

There are no strict visiting times, and we want to make sure you always feel welcome. Martlets operates a ‘protected’ lunch for patients between 12:15-1:45pm to allow for some quiet time.

How do I get to the hospice?

The best way to get to Wayfield Avenue, Hove is by public transport.

  • Bus: 5 and 5A buses from the centre of Brighton stop within 2 minutes walk of the hospice.
  • Train: The hospice is 15 minutes walk from Aldrington station (trains from Brighton and Littlehampton) and 25 minutes from Hove station (regular mainline trains to London and Southampton)
  • Car: There is free parking at the hospice car park for visitors but spaces are limited. There’s also a small amount of onstreet parking on Wayfield Ave. but, again, spaces are limited and you may not be able to park close to the Hospice.

Where can I get food and drink?

The hospice has a lovely café serving hot and cold drinks and food weekdays between 8am-3:30pm. There are usually plenty of places to sit and have something to eat or to take your time over a cuppa.

There’s also a Co-operative food shop and newsagent / Post Office on Old Shoreham Road – just 5 minutes walk from the hospice.

The Martlets Hospice, Wayfield Avenue, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 7LW

Phone: 01273 273400