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Just returned from a weekend away and stayed at The New Sussex Hotel in Lancing. I wanted somewhere close enough to get to Brighton and left booking a
Room late and this was one of the few options I had. The hotel was really nice,...More
Went to New Sussex Hotel for a meal with family,ordered rump steak med to rare cooked to perfection, and the service was 1st class. Staff very helpful and very friendly would recommend you visit,good clean decor,big outside garden to enjoy a good meal and drinks.
If you’re not a fan of bland, unappetising burgers that you have to wait nearly an hour and a half for, I’d give it a miss...
I ordered 3 burgers, one a child’s meal, at 1pm. I was advised of a 20 minute delay due...More
We stayed here to attend a party in Shoreham and paid £140 for a family room. First of all you are unsure where to check in, there are no signs (it turns out you check in at the bar so on busy days/nights this could...More
We have not used the hotel but know of happy guests who have. However, we have regularly used the restaurant and the bar food services - well cooked lovely food and friendly service!
Have enjoyed Sunday roasts, excellent puds and custard, bar snacks, specials of...More
Hi there is not a carpark with the hotel but there is a large carpark opposite on the sea-front, that charges 1.50 per day, normally you can get parked right outside, we are having rave reviews at the hotel, and we are very... More
Hi there is not a carpark with the hotel but there is a large carpark opposite on the sea-front, that charges 1.50 per day, normally you can get parked right outside, we are having rave reviews at the hotel, and we are very accommodating, do not hesitate to call direct if you have any further questions, Fiona, Owner. 01903 763344
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"There are quite steep stairs to the bedrooms, but although it was over-looking the road and then Lancing..."