- Off road parking
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Ideally located on the fourth floor of this quality development, Waters Edge Apartment enables guests to take advantage of the interesting views to the river, the wharf beyond, which is constantly buzzing with activity, and further still to the magnificent South Downs in the the distance.The apartment has an intimate feel making it a great retreat at the end of a busy day's sightseeing or activities.
The living area has large French doors leading out on to the balcony, flooding the room with plenty of light and giving the impression of space.
Clean and spotless, and with everything you might need for a comfortable stay, this apartment is highly recommended for a short break or longer for a small family or couple seeking a sanctuary close to the sea.
All over the fourth floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x Double bed (4ft 6), portable TV and Ensuite Shower Room with WC, 1 x pull out 'drawer' bed offering one or two single beds. Bathroom with WC with separate shower over the bath. Kitchen. Living room with dining area.
- Central heating, flame effect gas fire
- Gas hob/electric oven, slimline dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
- TV/DVD player, WIFI
- Juliet balcony
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Two children's communal play areas
- Space for own cot
- Sorry no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 0.5 miles
- Note: The apartment is on the 4th floor and accessed by stairs
- Note: There is a juliet balcony, children must be supervised.
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About the location
Worthing 6 miles; Brighton 7 miles.
Located on the coast of England in West Sussex, Shoreham-by-Sea can be separated into two towns; the old and the new. Old Shoreham is the site of the pre-Norman settlement, clustered around the Church of St Nicholas, part of which may date back to the ninth century. New Shoreham has the Marlipins Museum and the church of St Mary de Haura. The Marlipins Museum, with its unusual checkered flint facing, is the oldest non-religious building in Sussex. Although the original purpose of the building isn’t clear, it was used as an Oat Market in 1347. The church of St Mary de Haura was built by the Normans at the very end of the eleventh century. Shoreham Beach is a huge shingle bank which reaches across the mouth of the Adur. Within Shoreham are plenty of shops, as well as many restaurants and other places to eat.
Note: The apartment is on the 4th floor and accessed by stairs. Note: There is a juliet balcony, children must be supervised.
This property offers the following short breaks: