Converted 19th Century Loft, near Worthing beach & easy access to London

Converted 19th Century Loft, near Worthing beach & easy access to London

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Everything is on your doorstep whether you are looking for a relaxing break or keen to experience all that Worthing and West Sussex has to offer with its lively seaside town, picturesque location or arts and heritage. You'll find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, the beautiful South Downs, forts, gardens and of course the beach are all just moments away

The apartment is in the heart of Worthing, a great place from which to discover the surrounding area.

You will be staying 5 minutes walk from the beach, shops, restaurants, theatres, bars and Worthing's art deco pier and palm tree lined promenade. Brighton Paviliion and Brighton Pier are just 20 minutes away. The apartment is close to Worthing train station which means you are also only an away from London

This unique apartment has been beautifully converted from an 19th Century Boat workshop and is situated in heart of central Worthing with direct access to Worthing train station which has excellent train links to trendy Brighton and London.

The apartment has one bedroom and can sleep up to a maximum of 4 with a double bed and 2 extra beds,(or cot). Dining area for 4, cable TV and DVD. We can also provide high chairs and a baby/children's pack including toys and DVD's on request.

There is a fully equipped kitchen Microwave and washer dryer (with complimentary refreshment tray upon arrival) and bright and airy bathroom. The living room is South facing making it bright and sunny all day and has double doors opening onto a Juliet Balcony.

There is allocated off street parking for one car. This is a lovely apartment is ideal for couples, families, singles or small groups of friends. Everything is on your doorstep whether you are looking for a relaxing break or keen to experience all that Worthing and West Sussex has to offer with its lively seaside town, picturesque location or arts and heritage. You'll find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, the beautiful South Downs, forts and gardens are all just moments away.

London's international airport at Gatwick is 28 miles from Worthing with good rail and road connections. Heathrow Airport (56 miles) can be reached via Brighton or London There are frequent trains that run from London Victoria (via Gatwick airport) with a journey time of approximately - 1 hour

Worthing is also hosting some brand new events for the very first time: the Adur & Worthing Food & Drink Festival and “The Big Air Open” Kitesurfing Classic 2012 and not forgetting the annual Shoreham Air show, in August.

Arundel Festival, takes place every summer and is also close by.

Goodwood is 18 miles away.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with 2 boys aged 8 and 5

  2. Charlie works for British Airways, Anne works in social media

  3. We have family in Austraila and New Zealand

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Crescent Road Cosy little place serving Modern British food in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The venue is an ideal meeting place as a cafe during the day and an intimate restaurant to enjoy with family and friends in the evening.
Cool bars
Hotel du Vin a traditional British pub with a Hotel du Vin twist. Now, imagine enjoying local legendary ales from Kinver, Purity and ABC to name a few, all served in a traditional pewter tankard with traditional pub food, the best traditions of a British pub. Welcome to your new local.
Cozy cafés
Coast Café, simply the only place to eat and drink right on the beach in Worthing. Also with an indoor space with the best view in town... Known also as Cafe des Artistes for its stimulating artworks on the walls, its proximity to the most well-placed gallery on the south coast - East Beach Studios which is right next door a great place to stop off. A cycle route or jogging route now runs along the entire promenade
Retail therapy
North Laine. Representing a colourful mixture of small and diverse shops and independent traders. Whether you're looking for clothing, fashion, gifts, services, arts, crafts, entertainment, shops, pubs, bars and cafes you'll find it all here in the North Laine area of Brighton
Bit of culture
The seat of The Dukes of Norfolk and set in 40 acres of sweeping grounds and gardens, Arundel Castle has been open to visitors seasonally for nearly 200 years. It is one of the great treasure houses of England, each having its own unique place in history and is home to priceless works of art
Walks in the park
You'll find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, the beautiful South Downs, forts and gardens are all just moments away Beautiful countryside and beaches, historical houses and gardens, family fun, wonderful wildlife and charming Sussex villages, there’s plenty for everyone within easy reach
Spot of exercise
Play a game of volleyball on the new sand courts or enjoy the beach cycle path ,
Day tripping
London is only an hour away !

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