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The Grand Victorian Hotel, Worthing - pub details

Grand Victorian Hotel
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Address: 27, Railway Approach, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1UR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 672) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worthing (0 miles), West Worthing (0.8 miles), East Worthing (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 28 users)
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Directly opposite the station and worth a visit for the historic interior. 3 casks, the London Pride I tried was fine.
alexw - 14 Feb 2016 00:27
Hmm ..some interesting reviews and I can't say that I was in there long enough to get a real feel for much negativity- friendly locals even had a picture with the famous alezilla....two pints of doombar- ok- tedious and predictable but was good nonetheless....as said, fabulous victorian interior which is worth a visit in itself- the big screen playing tired pop hits wasn't too bad when I was in there and in fact, had a quite a nice time- didn't try food bar staff seemed ok- a 6 from the AZ
alezilla - 30 Nov 2013 17:14
This could be a lovely pub; what a pity it isn't. Gorgeous interior with original features amid the pseudo-Victorian standard pub trinkets, but - oh dear - playing the radio very loud throughout the pub, big screens and badly-kept ales let it down. Two hand pumps, one was off (Doom Bar) and the Hancocks had the taint of vinegar, but "everyone else has been drinking it" (what would I know, I'm only a CAMRA member?). The drunk old men at the bar making snidey comments added the finishing touch to a hasty drink.
melita666 - 23 Apr 2012 17:31
Well,i have to say-since the new managers have arrived.things have gone down hill..accommadation was awfull-should be 10 pounds per night..and the food is available when managers say it is..i have complained to chapmans-who i believe to uncare for there customers..as the nightclub-has fights and very load music-which hotel guests do not want to hear at 2.a.m...in the morning...no refund was offered and no apoligy..beer was also kept very poorly-like the lines had not been done!..chapmans have a lot to contend with-if they want to live up to a grand hotel..im afraid the should be called dull-hotel...bring back the old managers-which did a great job..new managers were drinking on duty too-which i found very sad!
titanic - 4 Jan 2011 22:37
This pub is worth visiting just to see the fantastic interior - late Victorion Gin Palace style with touches of Art Nouveau. Only downside is the huge TV screen. Beer was Sharps & Harveys at a very reasonable 2.50. Very handy for the station and highlt recommended.
baxterfish - 29 Nov 2010 23:31

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