North Street, originally the North Gate to the city is located close to Mary Arches Street and the Harlequins car parks
This is a busy street and also one of the main routes coming up from St Davids Station to the city centre. If using this approach, either as a pedestrian or as a passenger, the route will include crossing the old Iron Bridge (1834) over the Longbrook Valley.
As well as the shops within North Street there are also a few outlets beneath the bridge in Lower North Street. The wares on offer range from vintage furniture & gifts to cooking appliances and confectionery. Other traders within this area include hair & beauty salons, a few restaurants and a pubic house.
Pepperwhite Vintage, Ink Tattoo & Piercing, Wags, Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe, and Le Chique
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There are several restaurants within North Street including:
Herbies, The Conservatory, Red Rose, and Steaks N Sushi.
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Places to see in North Street and nearby include:
Car parking close by at:
Mary Arches Street Car Park, Harlequins Car Park, Guildhall Car Park
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