We had a really lovely stay at The Old Laundry. Will definitely be booking again in the future.
Property was larger than we expected, and generally in the central Worthing area. Parking is the only real issue, with tight streets and very limited spaces.
the flat was extremely clean and has all facilities you need .5 minutes walking from beach and 10 min. from train station...there is a huge market named Waitrose just 2 minutes away from the flat.Owner and his wife were so kind and gave us lots of good suggestions.Pier is really nice and in 30 minutes ...
Nice apartment and good value for money (a lot of space). Close to the beach and restaurants. Nice and quiet street. Some missing details took down the overall experience: no bag in the waste bin, the box with dishwasher tablets was empty, almost no cooking cutlery. On the other hand there were enough ...
Nice hotel just in need if a little tlc. Above a pub so don't stay if noise will bother you, although the disco was turned off at midnight when we stayed.
This was a lovely apartment. Fantastic position on the sea front . We loved it . What let it slightly down was the lack of a welcome pack . We got 2 sachets if milk for a 4 night stay . The bedding whilst clean was of a poor quality . The towels were obviously new and when we used them to dry ourselves ...
Worthing's Assembly Hall is one of three entertainment venues in this popular West Sussex coastal town. Throughout the year, the Assembly Hall hosts live music, dances, conferences, exhibitions, antiques fairs and plays, attracting audiences from across the country. Those visiting the area will find a wide range of accommodation in Worthing itself, as well as in nearby Arundel and Littlehampton, from castle suites to chain hotels and independent inns and B&Bs.
If you're travelling on a budget, you will find plenty of affordable accommodation within easy travelling distance of the Assembly Hall. Most inns and B&Bs in nearby Arundel offer free self-parking, and the Assembly Hall is just a five minute walk from Worthing station, for those travelling by train. Chain hotels in Arundel offer value-for-money accommodation for families and business travellers attending conferences or exhibitions at the Assembly Hall; many provide amenities such as free Wi-Fi and international daily newspapers for business guests.
Although Worthing Assembly Hall has the largest capacity of the town's entertainment venues, there are other venues here too, including the Pavilion Theatre and the Connaught Theatre, Cinema and Studio. The latter hosts plays and screenings of classic films and the latest releases, as well as live music and comedy. Also worth visiting is Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, just a short walk or train journey from most hotels in the area. Traditional inns offer a more characterful stay in West Sussex - the owners will usually be more than happy to offer advice on the best things to see and do here.
The beach chalet artist studios in Worthing are not to be missed. Or head for Warwick Street, with its independent boutiques, or Montague Street for the weekly Wednesday market. You'll find hotels in the area are happy to cater for families - many have their own restaurants serving food prepared using produce from local suppliers, and amenities such as free Wi-Fi, so it's easy to share your family holiday snapshots on social media.
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