“Brierley” is a delightful 2 Bedroom Garden Flat that is a short 5 minute walk to Worthing train station & a convenient 15 min walk to Worthing Town Centre, that has an abundance of great restaurants, cafe’s, shops & bars as well as the wonderful seafront.
‘Brierley” is spacious & stylish offering comfortable accommodation for up to 4 people. It is ideally suited to families as the 2nd bedroom has bunk beds (with full size single beds). The garden & conservatory are lovely features of the flat.
“Brierley” is a spacious 2 bed Ground Floor Garden apartment with its own private entrance. Brierley is beautiful flat with a warm welcoming feel. It has a spacious, light and bright well equipped kitchen with a full size dishwasher, a Nespresso coffee machine and a coffee bar area. There is a dining room table for 4 people situated in the conservatory which overlooks and has access onto the lovely south facing cottage style garden. Brierley is a great property for families. It has a large light and bright spacious main bedroom featuring a 5ft kingsize bed with a Hypnos Mattress which is supremely comfortable. The second bedroom has bunk beds with high quality, full size, 3ft wide single mattresses. These bunk beds are ideally suited to younger children. Teenagers could also sleep in the beds but please note there is a maximum weight capacity of 74kg. The beds are not really suitable for adults (an adult within the weight restriction could sleep on the bottom bunk but we wouldn’t recommend for an adult to sleep on the top bunk). For babies/toddlers we can provide a travel cot, high chair and other baby equipment. However, it is strongly advised that the property is best suited to a maximum of 4 guests (including infants). Please can you message me prior to booking if your requirements fall outside of this recommendation.
The lounge has comfortable seating and a 38” TV with lots of FreeSat channels to watch. Off the lounge is a lovely conservatory with the dining table and access onto the small pretty garden. There is a shower room with a large walk in shower (no bath), vanity unit and toilet.
The whole aparment has been recently refurbished and beautifully redecorated making it a really wonderful place to stay. There is free WiFi throughout the property.
‘Brierley’ has been designed and equipped to offer guests stylish, comfortable and affordable accommodation for up to 4 guests who are looking to stay for anything from a couple of nights to a couple of weeks (or we can also accommodate a longer stay).
Brierley is also provides perfect accommodation for business travellers who are looking for regular or longer term accommodation in a lovely home from home setting and away from the mundane, sterile, inflexible ‘one room” environment of the hotels that often become a business travellers base whilst they are working away from home.
Please contact us for more details about rates and availability.
There is no private or off street parking at Brierley. On road parking is available and there are currently no parking charges or restrictions.
Fancy a cycle but don’t have a bike – no problem. Hire a Donkey Bike!
Imported from Copenhagen these bright orange, super comfy, easy to ride bikes can be hired 24/7 to get you around Worthing. The Donkey Bike system makes bike hire simple and quick for all.
For bike hire in Worthing follow these easy steps:
Download the donkey republic app to your smart phone
Turn on Bluetooth & check out the pickup locations around town:
In front of the beach office ( near the lido)
In front of the Pavilion Theatre on the seafront
Top of Steyne Gardens corner of Warwick Street
Book your bike (prices from £6 for 2 hours, longer term hire also available)
Find your bike – look out for the orange Donkey Bike logo
Go for a jolly bike ride (Click here for 7 suggested routes for exploring the area)
Return your bike to the pick up point – Easy!
Ideas to keep your little kids & big kids entertained
Here are some suggestions to keep the kids entertained in Worthing…
There’s something for kids of all ages in Worthing; indoor or outdoor, whatever the weather, space to run, new activities to explore, challenges to be met. Here are some ideas to get you started!
Worthing for Little Kids
Little kids will enjoy the simple (and often free) pleasures Worthing offer:
FREE – Get wet and have fun at the splash pads, perfect for those warmer days
FREE – Paddle and beachcomb on the beach at low tide. Remember to check the tide times first
FREE – Climb, swing and dig at Gull Island and Waterwise playgrounds, let their imagination run wild
Play in the kid’s pool and slide at Splashpoint – Worthing’s state of the art swimming pool complex
Create and paint at the Art-ful pottery café, ideal for rainy days
FREE – Discover more about Worthing’s history at Worthing Museum, plus follow the Costume Trail around town
Enjoy one of Worthing Theatre’s popular children’s shows
Worthing for Big Kids
For older kids Worthing offers a chance to try something new, for challenges and outdoor adventures:
Try your skills at beach volleyball
Hit the water on a paddleboard, hire all the kit for a fun day out
Hire a Donkey Bike, check out the cycle routes and away you go
Find your Formula 1 at the Team Sport 450m indoor Go Kart track or the slightly smaller (open-air) Brooklands BGK Go Kart and Mini Moto track
Strike down the opposition at 10 pin Bowling
Challenge yourself on the diving boards at Splashpoint swimming pool
FREE – Take a walk up Cissbury Ring into an adventure by joining the Geocaching revolution – ‘the world’s largest treasure hunt’ (plus don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for the wild ponies)
An Iron Age hill-fort built around 2,500 BC, Cissbury Ring was an important site for Neolithic flint mining.
Cissbury Ring (602ft) (car park sign posted off the A24 at the northern end of Findon Valley) is a notable landmark and now belongs to the National Trust. Neolithic flint mines were on Cissbury between 3500 BC and 2500 BC and are the earliest in Britain. They can be seen as an undulating area of pits and mounds in the west part of the hill fort and also outside the south entrance. Most of the visible remains belong to the Iron Age hill fort, built c 250 BC. The hill fort defences consist of a massive rampart and ditch with a small counterscarp bank on the outer lip of the ditch. In Roman times farmers settled within Cissbury’s derelict ramparts and in Saxon times there was a Cissbury Mint, but the site of this has not yet been discovered.
This, the second largest hill-fort in the country, offers spectacular views in every direction. In the summer wild flowers attract a variety of Downland butterflies, in particular the rare Chalkland Blue. Panoramic views of Worthing, the sea and the South Downs compliment the rich wildlife at this landmark.
With easy access to the wonderful South Downs National Park – this area is a haven for Mountain Bike (MTB) enthusiasts. The South Downs Way – a 160km long National Trail which runs from Winchester to Eastbourne offers a challenge whilst shorter routes more suitable for families can also be accessed.
The South Downs Mountain Bike Guide will help you plan your route.
Don’t panic if you haven’t got the right bike for mountain biking! Quest Adventure hire out specialist women’s and men’s mountain bikes for £30 a day – further details can be found on their website or call them on 01903 573700
Worthing’s friendly laid back atmosphere opens up a world of outdoor fun for all ages. A family cycle along the prom, a mountain bike trail ride on the South Downs, a sunset paddleboard around the pier or take advantage of being in the UK’s kitesurfing capital and book yourself that first lesson. Worthing is a "have a go town" with a friendly laid back atmosphere.
Whatever the weather, here’s a chance to get back to nature – muddy boots or salty skin – with the South Downs National Park just 3 miles from the town centre there is no reason why you can’t achieve both.
Speaking of weather, we have it in abundance; but as they say there’s no such thing as bad weather only unsuitable clothing! Whatever the forecast don’t forget your shades, Worthing is ranked as one of the sunniest places in the UK. Check ahead and come prepared, but don’t panic if you forget that vital item as you are guaranteed to be able to pick it up – nothing in Worthing is far from hand.
To make things easy there are some walking and cycling itineraries available online to suit all ages and abilities.
After all that hard work – feeling energised and renewed – don’t forget to book yourself in for that well deserved dinner at one of our foodie hot spots. Cosy up in a local pub or enjoy seafood alfresco, it’s time to celebrate your achievements
Bike Hire in Worthing
Worthing offers some great opportunity for flat, safe family friendly bike rides. You can download some great cycle routes to explore the areas to the "Discover Worthing" website.
Other things to try or explore:
Why not try Stand Up Paddle Boarding?
Or head to Worthing Pier. Worthing Pier, runner up in the 2016 & 2017 Pier of the Year Award, provides an iconic focus for the town.
You can view amazing artworks, promenade above the waves, try your hand at fishing, enjoy an ice-cream whilst relaxing in the deckchairs or sample other treats at the Art Deco Southern Pavilion.
Hidden behind the South Downs, artists have long been attracted to Worthing as a place to escape – where creativity can flourish. Oscar Wilde, Jane Austin and Harold Pinter have all been residents. Explore Worthing and you’ll uncover an eclectic mix of internationally renowned artists, quirky open studios and galleries, not to mention the theatres and one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, The Dome.
East Beach Studios are situated in the artist quarter of Worthing.
Here you can find a variety of arts and crafts, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery, bespoke lamps, clothes, ceramics, cards, books and wood carving’s with wonderful views of the Sussex Coast.
For details of all the artists’ and businesses’ currently operating from East Beach Studios, please visit their Facebook page
Coast Café des Artistes
Coast Cafe is located in the popular East Beach area (300m east of the pier) next to the artists beach huts, sand volley ball courts, splash pads and Splash Point.
A really fun wet-play facility right on the beach in Worthing.
Open 10am – 1.30pm & 2.30pm – 6pm throughout Summer (NB. The water tanks require refilling between 1.30 and 2.30pm)
Stop by for an hour, or bring a picnic & make a day of it. Plus, it’s completely free!
Next to the splash pads is a play area called Gull Island, which is aimed mainly at children eight and under.
For the adults there are the unique East Beach Artists’ Studios to peruse, then have a spot of lunch next door at Coast cafe.
This is a great area to visit throughout the warmer months.
Beach House Grounds
Gull Island Playground:
The playground, aimed predominantly at the under eight years age group, was built during the summer of 2012 and named as ‘Gull Island’.
It’s in a great location with the Splash Pads just next to the playground. Plus it’s the perfect place to have a picnic on a sunny day.
Worthing Sand Courts
These sand courts are perfect for beach volleyball or sand tennis. Get a group together and book one for your own practice, or join a beginners session. Regular sessions of Beach Volleyball, Footvolley and Beach Tennis will be held if people want to have coached sessions.
To book a sand court visit their website for more information
Splash Point is a notable landmark on Worthing’s promenade as an exciting public space. With its grove of tamarisk trees, engraved slate boulders, imaginative seating and water feature, it is enchanting by day or night.
In addition to the new interactive water feature you can watch artists at work in the East Beach Artists Studios, play a game of volleyball at the sand courts, have a game of crazy golf or enjoy the peaceful Denton Gardens.
Why not enjoy some refreshment at the beach side Coast Café, a great place to stop off mid way along the cycle route that runs along the entire promenade.
Enjoy the newly built beach garden which has been dedicated to the brave lifeboat crew and fishermen of Worthing who manned the boat between 1853 and 1930.
There really is something for everyone in this area.
Splashpoint Leisure Centre boasts a six-lane, 25 metre competition pool, a combined learner/diving pool and an indoor leisure pool with flume and outdoor paddling pool.
There is also a state-of-the-art 100 station gym and 2 studios to be used for classes, meetings, parties and other events.
Don’t forget the luxurious spa facilities with steam room, heat beds, sauna and treatment rooms. A great place to relax and unwind!
Not to be confused with Splash Point on Worthing’s seafront promenade.
The Pavilion Theatre is one of the premier theatres on the south coast with its unique position on the promenade at the entrance to Worthing’s pier. Built in 1926, it has a unique and regal elegance, situated in the heart of the town with the sea as a back-drop, making it a picturesque venue for any event. The Pavilion Theatre hosts a range of events including craft markets and fairs as well as dining and corporate events. Its main function is as a venue for vibrant shows, theatrical performances, music and dance.
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