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Tel code: 01273 | code search
Postcode: BN43 | code search
Population: 19000
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July
Chilli Fest UK
Glastonwick

November
Remembrance Day Service
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Amsterdam
"Came here a few weeks ago on the off chance and got a table very quickly so decided to visit with family again as the food and service was ..." More

Greenjacket
"the greenjacket pub is from the outside a nice looking pub with a lovely decked area outside, but inside is a different story all together. the landlord is a misery ..." More

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"If you do go to Shoreham Airport and you like cycling, take your bike, park the car and cycle over the Old Tollgate bridge, turn left and old Bramber Cycle ..." More

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Shoreham is a coastal town in Sussex, home to over nineteen thousand people, it dates back to Saxon times and was famed for it's ship building and Harbour trade. The glorious Sussex Downs and bracing coastal paths will keep walkers happy, and Artists may choose their spot many times over with colourful yachts and boats on the River Adur and the busy port of Shoreham Harbour. There's evocative architecture with the Norman church of St Mary De Haura which dominates the town centre, to the Saxon church of St Nicholas. Shoreham Airport has helicopters and planes landing and taking off the Art Deco wonder has appeared in Tenko, Poirot, and even the Da Vinci Code, or perhaps take to the air on a pleasure flight, for those who prefer to keep feet firmly on the ground the Airport Museum has treasures to share from WWII and D Day. If the sun is up take the plunge with a dip in the sea, or walk along Shoreham beach to discover the Napoleonic Fort, for architecture of a different kind there is always the ruins at Bramber Castle, or for splendour Arundel Castle has sumptuous rooms, intriguing history, and beautiful grounds. Or the busy and vibrant City of Brighton and Hove is nearby with a diverse array of temptations.

Attraction

Marlipins Museum

Care Home

Kingsland House

Council

Adur District Council

Estate Agent

Brown R J & Co
Ellman-Brown J
Finch's
Fox & Sons
Harrison Brant
Jacobs Steel & Co

Inn

Sussex Pad

Pub and Bar

Amsterdam
Bridge Inn
Buckingham Arms
Comet
Crabtree
Greenjacket
Lazy Toad
Royal Coach
Royal Sovereign

Restaurant

Amsterdam

Millan Indian Restaurant

School

Shoreham College

Taxi

Bel-Cabs
Station Taxis

Sports Clubs

Pavilion Table Tennis Club (Table Tennis)
Pavilion TTC (Table Tennis)
Shoreham (Amateur Football)
Shoreham RFC (Rugby Union)
Sussex Yacht Club (Sailing)

Shops

Essential Aromas
Johnson's Dietary Provisions Ltd
Sussex Stationers
MP Bedrooms

Activities

Airsports Paragliding(Airsports)

Places to Stay near Shoreham by Sea

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Sussex Pad Hotel (0.80 miles)

Sussex Pad Hotel

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A warm and friendly hotel where a pleasant stay is always assured. The Sussex Pad is a family run hotel. Situated by Shoreham Airport and Lancing College, approximately one mile from ... More

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Old Tollgate Hotel (3.46 miles)

Old Tollgate Hotel

A warm welcome awaits you at this beautiful privately owned hotel. Situated in the pretty village of Bramber, offering the best in comfort and home cooking with individually designed en suite bedrooms and a superb ... More | visit website

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Blue Lagoon Bar and B&B (3.53 miles)

Blue Lagoon Bar and B&B

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Situated on the seafront, 2 miles (3.2 km) from Brighton’s city centre and with beautiful views over Hove Lagoon, the Blue Lagoon offers comfortable accommodation at great-value rates. The Blue Lagoon is ... More

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High Beach Guest House (3.59 miles)

High Beach Guest House
Sea-front Edwardian guest house. 15 mins walk along the flat promenade or 5 mins drive from Worthing town centre with its amenities and cafes/restaurants. All first floor rooms have good sea views. Ground ... More | visit website
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Tottington Manor Hotel (3.75 miles)

Tottington Manor Hotel
An historic building dating back to 1604 offering light and spacious dining, bar and accommodation whilst retaining the charm of original beams and inglenook fireplaces. Sample our excellent traditional menus with speciality locally sourced fish ... More | visit website
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The Moorings (3.80 miles)

The Moorings
The Moorings offers a warm and friendly welcome to it's customers, in our tastefully decorated Victorian Villa. The Proprietors offer a comfortable and relaxed stay in their family run home, and everything is done to ... More | visit website
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Manor Guest House (4.12 miles)

Manor Guest House
Winners of Worthing in Bloom 2004 and 2005, MANOR GUEST HOUSE, WORTHING, has been established as a guest house for over 20 years. Now owned by Steve and Sandy Colbourne, our spacious home has been partially ... More | visit website
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Chatsworth Hotel (4.21 miles)

Chatsworth Hotel

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An attractive hotel in a Georgian terrace overlooking Steyne Gardens, only 2 minutes walk from the town centre. The Chatsworth Hotel has 98 bedrooms (a mixture of twins, doubles and ... More

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Grand Victorian Hotel (4.37 miles)

Grand Victorian Hotel

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Opposite the railway station and close to town centrePlease note: the hotel does have an adjacent nightclub and there can be some residual noise on nightclub nights.

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Princes Marine Hotel (4.37 miles)

Princes Marine Hotel

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This hotel offers spacious, comfortable en suite accommodation on the sea front, within walking distance of Brighton city centre.
Half of the hotel rooms have amazing sea views over the English Channel ... More

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