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The White Horse Hotel, Storrington

The White Horse Hotel
The 400-year-old White Horse Hotel was a traditional coaching inn in Storrington, a rural village in the heart of West Sussex, which is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Among the ... More Prices from £75.00

Roundabout Hotel, West Chiltington

Roundabout Hotel
The Roundabout Hotel steeped in history and olde world charm was designed by Reginald Wells in 1925. Trained as a sculptor at the Royal College of Art in the 1890s, ... More Prices from £95.00

BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel, Steyning

BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel
Quaint 3 Star Best Western Hotel situated in the sleepy village of Bramber, near to Steyning, Worthing, Brighton and the magnificent South Downs National Park. Ideal location when visiting the ... More Prices from £98.20

No1 The Laurels B&B, Henfield

No1 The Laurels B&B
No1 The Laurels is a modern house built to traditional Sussex style near the center of the village of Henfield yet in a quiet location. Rooms are comfortable with central ... More Prices from £90.00

Chequers Hotel Pulborough, PULBOROUGH

Chequers Hotel Pulborough
The Chequers Hotel is a small gem nestling on the edge of the south downs in the village of Pulborough. Less than half a mile from the railway station with ... More Prices from £75.00

Grand Victorian , Worthing

Grand Victorian
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 ... More Prices from £74.00

Amberley Castle – Relais & Châteaux, AMBERLEY

Amberley Castle – Relais & Châteaux
Hidden away for 900 years near the picturesque village of Amberley in the chalk South Downs, Amberley Castle is a magnificent historical treasure that offers a truly unique experience. Through ... More Prices from £430.00

Highdown Hotel, Worthing

Highdown Hotel
Originally built as a private home this former manor house is set within the glorious grounds of Highdown Gardens. There are 16 ensuite luxury rooms with free WI-Fi access, satellite ... More Prices from £109.00

Chatsworth Hotel, Worthing

Chatsworth Hotel
Overlooking Steyne Gardens the Chatsworth Hotel is located in Worthing town centre and just a few minutes walk from the seafront. The Hotel has been owned and run by the ... More Prices from £135.00

Travelodge Worthing Seafront, WORTHING

Travelodge Worthing Seafront
Located just 0.5 miles from Worthing Central train station, Worthing Seafront Hotel is a great choice if you’re looking for the seafront experience with all the comfort of staying dry ... More Prices from £60.00

The Kingsway Hotel, Worthing

The Kingsway Hotel
Situated on the promenade of the popular seaside resort of Worthing with 36 bedrooms, an elegant restaurant, refurbished sea-facing bar and lounges, The Kingsway Hotel offers a friendly, yet professional ... More Prices from £85.00

The Burlington Hotel, Worthing

The Burlington Hotel
Twenty-Six well-appointed rooms boast high ceiling and Victorian embellishments all complimented by a stunning contemporary decor and furniture. Rooms uniformly feature en-suite bathrooms, televisions, radio, direct dial telephones and tea ... More Prices from £100.00

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