- Very Good
- 19 guest reviews
"Hotel seemed to lack a lounge area with comfy seats...."
"Nice room. Good to have a full length mirror! Also coathangers in the wardrobe. Good breakfast & plenty of it. Tea & coffee provided in room..."
"A nice quite pub with a big car park. Breakfast is good..."
"It's a good hotel with freindly staff that are helpful and willing..."
"This hotel is now a 'regular' for me; a superb 'oasis' near the centre of Worthing, a short 10 minute stroll from the beach. The view from m..."
About the hotel
Beechwood Hall has all the benefits of being centrally placed whilst retaining the ambience of a Country House. This imposing building is set back off the A259, a five minute walk from Worthing's town centre and the local entertainments and amenities. Secluded by trees it has plenty off road parking including room for a coach.
It is the ideal place to relax following a busy day whether on business or simply for pleasure. Worthing has a lot to offer its visitors, nestling at the foot of the South Downs. It is the largest town in West Sussex boasting five glorious miles of beach. The mainly flat and pedestrianised shopping centre, located directly behind the main promenade houses all the major high street names. There are many lovely parks and gardens, two theatres and cinemas to enjoy, all within easy reach of the town centre. There is plenty to occupy the little ones at the "Aquarena" an indoor swimming pool and outdoor paddling pool which is open throughout the summer season plus an outdoor children's adventure playground located behind the town hall. For the more energetic visitor, tennis courts, horse riding, windsurfing, country walks, gardens and cycle routes can all be found close by. The English National Bowls Tournament is held in the beautiful Beach House Park every August, where visitors can watch or play on these superb greens. To the east of Worthing is the City of Brighton and Hove which is well worth a visit (twenty minute drive away). This busy cosmopolitan City is home to the impressive Royal Pavilion, Palace Pier and The Lanes, also there are many Theatres and Arts Centers. To the west of Worthing are Arundel Castle, Chichester, Portsmouth and Southampton, London and Gatwick can easily be reached by train.
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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95% would recommend it to a friend
On arrival greeting was jolly, leading up to and room was not as we thought, room dirty we had to ask for room to be vacuumed, restaurant non existent it was just find a table in bar type area, which had a Transvestites evening going on, or in the conservatory area with a table and chairs just stuck around edge, although we did see another room which was supposed to be a restaurant, food, pie was ok potatoes warmed up several times it appeared, no gravy until asked for, Breakfast was good and tables ready laid out although in the bar area again, the room we felt having stayed in many hotels was very over priced for what you got, we felt the pictures online didn't quiet measure up to reality, even for allowing for its age, we certainly would not stay again.
Hotel seemed to lack a lounge area with comfy seats.