Choosing to spend a day in Worthing, a large seaside town in West Sussex, is an excellent choice. It lies at the foot of the South Downs, 10 miles west of Brighton and 18 miles east of Chichester.

The likes of Oscar Wilde and Harold Pinter have lived and worked here. Now, many know (and love!) it for being home to several Afternoon Tea Worthing establishments.

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People have inhabited the area surrounding Worthing for at least 6,000 years. In fact, Worthing is known for having the greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines in Britain. During the Iron Age, the hill fort of Cissbury Ring was constructed nearby.

Today, this site is owned and cared for by The National Trust. Worthing was but a small fishing hamlet until the 18th century when it developed into a seaside resort. As recently as 2019, its Art Deco Pier was dubbed the best in Britain.

After a trip down to the beach, there is nothing better than having an Afternoon Tea in Worthing. On your next visit, why not tuck into a scone or two with a cuppa to hand? Expect a friendly face and professional service in whichever venue you eventually decide upon.