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Hotels in Shoreham By Sea

Based in a popular seaside town in West Sussex between Worthing and Brighton, Shoreham-by-Sea hotels are surrounded by pebble beaches, historical churches and cosy tearooms.

History

The history of Shoreham-by-Sea can be traced back to the Anglo-Saxon period. St Nicolas' Church is a Grade I listed building with architectural remnants from this period in the area's history – although much of the church was rebuilt during the Norman period in 1140, the west and north walls of the nave are Saxon. Another church worth visiting in the area is St Mary de Haura Church, built in the decade following 1103. The Marlipins Museum offers the most comprehensive account the Shoreham-by-Sea's rich heritage, featuring a series of exhibitions that detail the area's maritime history from prehistoric to medieval times.

Beach

One of the most celebrated attractions in Shoreham-by-Sea is Shoreham Beach. An ideal location for fun beach trips in the summer and romantic strolls beside the sea during the colder months, Shoreham Beach is a tranquil shingle beach that manages to stay quiet even during the peak season. Along the beachfront you'll find a range of different shops and cafés selling ice cream, as well as a playground for small children.

The bay area

A popular destination with bird watchers, Shoreham Bay is home to a large variety of wildlife. The mudflats in the area support colonies of wading birds and gulls as well as insects such as dragonflies and over 33 varieties of butterfly. There are a number of excellent walks in this area surrounding the River Adur, encompassing a variety of terrains including woodland, estuary, lagoons, marshes and meadows. From gentle strolls to longer treks, there are paths to suit walkers of all ages and abilities.

Further afield

To the east of Shoreham-on-Sea is the city of Brighton, a vibrant urban hub and home to a range of popular attractions including Brighton Pier, Brighton Pavilion and The Laines. Journey west along the coast from Shoreham-on-Sea and you'll come across Worthing, a large seaside town and home to Worthing Museum and Art Gallery and Worthing Pier. If you head inland from Shoreham-by-Sea you'll find the sprawling natural landscape of the South Downs National Park.

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