Olinda Guest House in Worthing West Sussex England
Olinda Guest House Worthing West Sussex England Bed and Breakfast B&B Guesthouse Lodgings Accommodations
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Hosts: Eddie and Vera

Guestrooms: 6

Address: Olinda Guest House, 199 Brighton Road, Worthing, West Sussex  BN11 2EX England, UK

Telephone: 01903 - 206114,
Tel./Fax: 0845 4 306 114

Activities/Attractions: Although one of the great historical towns of Sussex, with evidence of both bronze and roman settlements, Worthing only became a fashionable place to visit and live in when Princess Amelia, daughter of King Gorge III came to enjoy the sea air. The royal seal of approval was again given by, Princess Charlotte in 1803, when she granted Worthing town status.

Worthing is a delight for visitors. Situated between the beautiful South Downs and five miles of award winning coastline, the town welcomes visitors with its superb theatres, friendly restaurants and fabulous shopping by the sea. Worthing, a peaceful coastal holiday resort town, is less built up than Brighton further along the coast.

Worthing has grown to be the largest town in West Sussex with a population now of approximately 100,000 but evidence shows that Stone Age people lived in this area over 60,000 years ago.  By the New Stone Age, some 5,500 years ago, it was the centre of the most important flint mining industry in the country.

Tools and metal of the Bronze Age and coins and pottery from the Iron Age have all been found within the Worthing Area.  So too have Roman coins, tiles and pottery giving evidence of Roman occupation in various parts of the town, including under the Museum itself.



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General Information: Welcome to Olinda Guest House in Worthing, West Sussex, England ... where Eddie and Vera extend a warm welcome to you. Olinda is named after a sea port in Brazil, just above Recife. When the house was first built over 100 years ago, a sea captain lived here. He sailed to Recife and met a Portuguese girl near the Olinda lighthouse. He married her and brought her back to live here in Worthing, and they named their home after the place where they met.

Olinda is a non smoking, small friendly Guest House set in a premier seafront position, an easy 15-20 minutes flat walk from the town centre. The bedrooms are all comfortably furnished having colour TV and tea and coffee making facilities. En suite rooms are available. Book early for rooms with beautiful sea views.

  • Seafront position
  • En-suite rooms
  • Colour TV
  • Tea/Coffee facilities
  • Full central heating
  • Guest payphone
  • Open all year including Christmas
  • 4 star rating
  • Non Smoking
  • We can provide special diets if required
  • Many restaurants and eating establishments, including pub food, are within 5-10 minute walk
  • The Olinda is AA inspected and 4 star rated

Our menu includes a traditional English Breakfast consisting of bacon, hash brown, sausage, mushrooms, tomato, egg and baked beans. Poached or scrambled egg can be served on toast or as part of the ’Full English’.

Payment Accepted: All major credit cards accepted.

Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).

25-35/person/night

Breakfast is included and served in our dining room, which overlooks the sea.

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