This south coast town is, like other towns and cities nearby, a hugely popular place with tourists and renowned for high property and rental prices, making serviced apartments great value while staying longer in Worthing.
This large West Sussex town lies on the south coast just 10 miles west of Brighton. It has a history that goes back many thousands of years, and is the location for the greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines in the UK. In many ways, Worthing can be considered a slightly smaller and less flamboyant version of its famous neighbour, as the seafront is a fine example of that archetypal Victorian resort, with grand period buildings and a promenade.
For those coming to stay in serviced apartments in Worthing, it’s easy to reach thanks to the A24 and A27, the former dropping all the way down from Clapham, in London, and the latter linking from the M27 at Portsmouth through to Eastbourne in East Sussex. The borough of Worthing has five train stations, with regular services to major destinations like London, Gatwick, Brighton and Portsmouth. Brighton City Airport, about 5 miles away in Shoreham, runs air taxi services, while the closest international services are from the London airports.
Worthing was for a long time one of the most well-off towns in the area, with high average earnings and correspondingly impressive property prices. Although this declined to some extent towards the end of the 20th century and in the early years of the new millennium, regeneration of the seafront area, as well as continued significant employment by HM Revenue and pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline saw this recover by the end of that decade. We have several options for those needing Worthing serviced apartments, providing great accommodation with access to the popular seafront area, to make the most of staying longer in the town.