Grand Victorian - 27 Railway Approach Worthing BN11 1UR
|0.4 miles from Woodside Road||Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £143.00 | Customer rating: 4\6|
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Built at the turn of the 19th Century, The Grand Victorian, a traditional period hotel, is located directly opposite Worthing railway station offering excellent transport links to vibrant Brighton and London and only a short walk away from Worthing's famous seafront promenade. The perfect location for a leisurely short break or for guests attending to business affairs, the Grand Victorian offers 19 ensuite bedrooms all of which feature multi-channel TV and fully stocked beverage facilities. Internet access is readily available for guests to access in public areas. Whether enjoying the Real Ale served in the period bar or dining in the Conservatory restaurant overlooking the hotel gardens, The Grand Victorian provides an atmosphere of calm, comfortable relaxation. With Brighton Pavilion, Worthing Pavilion, Chichester Cathedral and Worthing's Connaught Theatre all easily accessible The Grand Victorian is ideally positioned for a stay filled with exploration and discovery. Alternatively for additional entertainment guests are welcome to dine in the adjoining Persia Restaurant and Cocktail Bar or frequent the adjacent nightspot, Club East.
Beechwood Hall - Wykeham Road, Worthing BN11 4JD
|0.5 miles from Woodside Road||Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £105.0 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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Beechwood Hall has all the benefits of being centrally placed whilst retaining the ambience of a Country House. This imposing building is set back off the A259, a five minute walk from Worthing's town centre and the local entertainments and amenities. Secluded by trees it has plenty off road parking including room for a coach. It is the ideal place to relax following a busy day whether on business or simply for pleasure. Worthing has a lot to offer its visitors, nestling at the foot of the South Downs. It is the largest town in West Sussex boasting five glorious miles of beach. The mainly flat and pedestrianised shopping centre, located directly behind the main promenade houses all the major high street names.There are many lovely parks and gardens, two theatres and cinemas to enjoy, all within easy reach of the town centre. There is plenty to occupy the little ones at the "Aquarena" an indoor swimming pool and outdoor paddling pool which is open throughout the summer season plus an outdoor children's adventure playground located behind the town hall. For the more energetic visitor, tennis courts, horse riding, windsurfing, country walks, gardens and cycle routes can all be found close by. The English National Bowls Tournament is held in the beautiful Beach House Park every August, where visitors can watch or play on these superb greens. To the east of Worthing is the City of Brighton and Hove which is well worth a visit (twenty minute drive away). This busy cosmopolitan City is home to the impressive Royal Pavilion, Palace Pier and The Lanes, also there are many Theatres and Arts Centers. To the west of Worthing are Arundel Castle, Chichester, Portsmouth and Southampton, London and Gatwick can easily be reached by train.