À propos de ce logement
Comfortable double-room, (180sqfeet), in relaxed, eco-friendly Victorian house with 'permaculture' garden in attractive seaside town.
5 minutes walk to the station. Easy access to South Downs National Park.
Breakfast included, on-street parking.
We have one double room, (see the photos). This is at the back of the house, south facing.
We also have another double room at the top of the house which may be available by prior arrangement, it's not fully furnished but has a double bed.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the rental room, shared bathroom, kitchen, and garden.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are usually around evenings and weekends. Love to chat and have a cup of tea.
We are in a residential road with friendly neighbours. Near to Worthing station, 10 minutes to walk into town, 20 minutes to walk to seafront. I.5 miles from National Park.
Have breakfast on the beach and lunch in a country pub.
Train station 5 minutes walk, direct trains to London, Brighton, Chichester, Portsmouth, Gatwick airport, Southampton.
Arrival times may sometimes need to be flexible as we both work. We will try to be be available to suit your timings but it isn't always possible.
During the winter the heating will generally not be on during the day time (9.00am-4.00pm) Mon-Fri.
Breakfast is cereal, toast, tea, coffee, juice.
We are happy for people to prepare occasional light meals in the kitchen.
If you are staying for a week or more, you may need to use the washing machine but otherwise we prefer not to use it for small loads - saving water and electricity :)
We prefer guests not to take meals into the room, we are happy for people to eat in the kitchen.
Smoking in the garden………….. it's a nice garden.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
We are an easy-going, well travelled couple, happily settled on the south coast of England for 6 years. We know the area well and would love to advise you about local walking, sight-seeing, good food and culture. We also know London well having lived there for 20 years. We try to live as sustainably as we can, growing some of our own food both at home and on our allotment, walking, cycling, using public transport, re-using and recycling.