Visit Shoreham-By-Sea and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Shoreham-by-sea, West Sussex. A popular seaside resort and an ancient town, the original part, called Old Shoreham and lying to the North of the main centre, was established by the South Saxons in the 5th century. The modern town is separated from the sea by the River Adur, the harbour, and a long spit of land known as Shoreham Beach. The extensive beach is mainly shingle, but there is good swimming. The harbour provides a safe yacht anchorage and the river some excellent fishing.
The Parish Church of St Nicholas, located near the old wooden toll-bridge in Old Shoreham, has some work dating from Anglo-Saxon and Norman times; the building was much restored in 1840. The Kingston Buci church, dating from the 12th and 13th centuries has traces of pre-Norman work; also notable is the two-decker Jacobean pulpit.
Nearby towns: Brighton, Hove, Steyning, Worthing
Nearby villages: Albourne, Botolphs, Bramber, Broadwater, Coombes, Ditchling, Ferring, Findon, Goring-by-Sea, Hassocks, Henfield, Hurstpierpoint, Keymer, Lancing, Patcham, Portslade, Poynings, Preston, Pyecombe, Sompting, South Lancing, Southwick, Steyning, Upper Beeding, West Worthing
Have you decided to visit Shoreham-By-Sea or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Shoreham-By-Sea bed and breakfast (a Shoreham-By-Sea B&B or Shoreham-By-Sea b and b)
- a Shoreham-By-Sea guesthouse
- a Shoreham-By-Sea hotel (or motel)
- a Shoreham-By-Sea self-catering establishment, or
- other Shoreham-By-Sea accommodation