A bit of forward planning means more time to enjoy Worthing once you arrive. If you are organising a visit to Worthing, for business or pleasure, read on for practical information to help you make the most of your stay. (Banner image – photo credit: Eunice Bergin)
Worthing ticks all the boxes when it comes to finding the right destination for new business start up or relocation. The Time for Worthing Investment Team can assist your move, providing local area knowledge and bespoke support.Take a look
Premier Inn is a modern seafront hotel that’s close to the town centre and looks out over the sea and beach.
Seascape is a stylish and bright one bedroom lower ground floor apartment directly opposite Worthing’s stunning beach but close to the town centre.
Built during the Victorian Era, in 1864, The Burlington Hotel, Worthing, occupies an idyllic position on the promenade.
The Highdown was built in 1820 as the family home of the Lyons family in a beautiful spot that enjoys views towards the downs and the sea.
Cissbury Ring and back by bus with a real ale pit stop to celebrate !Take a look
History buffs will enjoy stepping back in time to ancient Tarring High StreetTake a look
Worthing's history as a former fishing village uncovered in a personal storyTake a look