Paddy Power Hove, George Street

Take a look at this page for more information on the Paddy Power available on George Street in Hove.  We have full details on contact numbers, opening times and more.

Hove George Street Betting Shop

The map below will show you exactly where you can find this branch of Paddy Power on George Street in Hove.

Address – 9 George Street, Hove, BN3 3YA

Phone0800 056 5275

Website – See Details Below

Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card

Opening Times

This branch of Paddy Power has specific opening times, which means it is worth planning ahead before you visit the branch any time soon.  Read below for full details.

  • Monday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Tuesday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Wednesday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Thursday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Friday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Saturday: 7:30am – 10pm
  • Sunday: 8:30am – 10pm


Paddy Power is a licensed Betting Shop located at 9 George Street in HOVE BN3 3YA.

The Betting Shop is operated by Power Leisure Bookmakers Limited (#1034) trading as Paddy Power, based at One Euston Square, 40 Melton Street, LONDON NW1 2FD.

The license status: Application by Brighton & Hove City Council as at 27/12/2012.


What is Nearby?

This branch of Paddy Power is based very close to the banking sector of the town, and it is also just round the corner from various pubs, bars and restaurants.

Therefore, if you need to take money out and fancy a pint after a punt, you can do so all within a few minutes’ walk.  This Paddy Power is therefore very well-positioned.

As Hove is a seaside resort, you are also only a few minutes away from some of the more interesting seaside trappings, too.  Make a day of it!

Parking Up and Getting Here

New to Hove?  If you’re driving here, you are going to need to know where is best for you to park.  The nearest car parking facilities to this branch of Paddy Power include those on Norton Road, Hove Street South, and the NCP on Russell Road.

You can also park at Hove Station, but this will be more useful for people who are getting a train connection.  Hove Station is well-connected throughout the area, though you can also get here by bus and taxi if you wish.

Local Bookmakers

Make sure to check out some of the local bookies here, too.  There are a Coral branch and a Betfred on George Street, too!

This makes the vicinity very much Hove’s bookmaking hub.  If you fancy heading to your local William Hill, meanwhile, you can find one over on Queens Road, which is not too far away.

Casinos Nearby

As a seaside town, Hove has amusement arcades and gaming centres for you to enjoy.

But what about some good-old casino action?  You’re going to need to head to Hove’s twin city, Brighton, where you’ll find both Grosvenor and Genting Casino branches.

These are two of the biggest names in UK casino gaming with a luxury touch, so always make sure to check them out if you really want to sample some classy games.

Nearest Paddy Power Bookies

Take a look to see which is the closest bookies to you.

As you can see above there are many Paddy Power shops that you can use. Whether you are at home or on holiday, you are sure to find one nearby.

About Hove

Hove is a seaside town just outside the city of Brighton, and it was in fact only split off from the city as of 2001.

This means that the two communities, in East Sussex, are fairly well-linked.  At last count, around 90,000 people were thought to be living here.

It was once famous for being a fishing village, though it has grown over the years to become part of Brighton, and then to split off again.

Sports in Hove

It’s worth taking a look at the local sports scene in Hove.  It was famously the main home of Brighton and Hove Albion FC until the last 1990s.

The area is also well-known for being the home base of the popular Sussex County Cricket Club, as well as being the home of the Brighton and Hove Hockey Club, who plays a field version of the game in the town.

You may find plenty of clubs hold the name Brighton and Hove as a result of the two areas being so closely connected.  It’s all part of the rich and interesting history here, and the sport is really only the start.