Brighton Piano Warehouse

Brighton Piano Warehouse

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  • 43-45 Bonchurch Road
    Brighton, East Sussex BN2 3PJ
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A fine selection of quality pianos

Established in 1970, Brighton Piano Warehouse is a family-run business that has built a reputation over the years for being one the most sought-after dealers of pianos in Brighton, Sussex. We get customers from Worthing, Eastbourne, Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, Tunbridge Wells, Crawley, Horsham, Hastings and even further afield!
Our pianos are available for purchase and concert hire. We also offer removals, storage, and insurance valuation to ensure you have professional assistance in every capacity.
Visit our delightful showroom to browse our wide selection of new and old pianos. Our staff are friendly and knowledgeable and provide professional advice in choosing a piano.


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Piano Shops

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