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Shoreham Holiday Lets

Due to our continuing success we have expanded. Now holiday letting in other areas of Sussex and Kent in the towns of Eastbourne, Hastings, Shoreham and Lewes and anywhere in between! We are always looking for high quality and unusual properties.  Please call us if you think you may have what we are looking for.

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Places to see in Shoreham

The Church of St. Nicholas forms the centre of the oldest part of Shoreham. Originating from the 9th Century and almost entirely rebuilt in the 11th and 12th centuries, it's well worth a visit if you're interested in history. Within an easy walk of the church is an ancient bridge crossing the Adur river, built in 1781.

Another great church to visit is the St. Mary de Haura, built by the Normans at the end of the 12th Century. It's huge, has a unique shape and uses different building techniques from all surviving churches from the period. Near St. Mary is the Marlipins Museum, the oldest non-religious building in Sussex, it's home to interesting artefacts from the Sussex Archaeological Trust.

Moving in to more recent history, Shoreham has one of the oldest airports in the UK, opened in 1911, just 9 years after the Wright brothers first flew. The airport building was opened in 1936 and is a wonderful example of Art Deco architecture and has quite a decent cafe. The airport is home to a Shoreham's impressive annual air show.

Shoreham Events

The Adur Festival happens in Shoreham or it's surrounds every year, and includes the Beach Dreams music and arts festival. Styling itself as "the Notting Hill carnival of Sussex," Beach Dreams has been running for twelve years and is great family friendly entertainment.

There's also an annual Real Ale Festival and - health and safety permitting - a Bath Tub Race. The  Race is a local piece of insanity which sees teams strapping wheels to a tub, and competing to see who can rush through an eccentric route around Shoreham the quickest.

An unassuming gem on the south coast of England, Shoreham is well worth a visit.