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Walsall, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 September 2016

The Dunlop Club have just had 48 members stay here of which my Mom was one. The food was great, the staff couldn't do enough for them, some rooms have been re-furbished and were comfortable,& a good size. Their ages were 75 - 90 and the hotel made their stay a really happy one.

Thank Kim F
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 November 2015

Chatsworth is very close to everything in Worthing, 5 minutes from the pier. The feel of the place is very old style seaside hotel. I've stayed on numerous times and in various rooms and found it to be the most mixed up hotel I've ever stayed in! Some of the rooms are decent size and layout but some are no...

Thank millstreet11
Greater London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 July 2015

The Chatsworth looks like a real part of Hove - could be a large family home or flats; inside with a traditional feel and old-fashioned touches, it was more a homely experience than a large modern hotel. I'd have stayed another night if the weather was better.

1Thank Ralph G
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 September 2013

Cougar Town and I stayed at the Chatsworth on a whistle-stop visit to Brighton to go to a Vince Kidd gig. Frank (the proprietor) is an absolute gent and gave us a free upgrade to an en-suite room as he hadn't realised that Cougar was 'A lady'. The accommodation is perfectly charming, full of yer auld Granny's brown furniture and...

2Thank RodfaeGlesga
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 July 2013

Room 4 I agree with the person who left a comment before me. Initially I thought Frank was very nice and B&B had charm, but then I looked a little closer. Only ended up here as everything else booked as it was a w/e. Recommended by Brighton Tourist Board and was graded as a 2star. I would grade it 1star,...

Thank TravelRev11
Southport, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 November 2012

Sorry to everyone who seemed to like the charm of this place. But I wouldn't board my dog here. The owner (who may well be a very nice guy) had foodstains on his jumper, the hall smelled musty and damp, and the initial impression is of a house lived in by an very old person. One look at the room...

4Thank TheSleeperxx99
Reviewed 11 July 2011

When I arrived quite late aftera difficult drive I felt a bit grumpy that my room wasn't immaculately clean. And to my amazement the bed had sheets, blankets , eiderdown and bedspread! But the bedlinen was spotless and soft and in the morning light I could see that it really was a nice little room in a house full of...

1Thank bossalien
Reviewed 17 May 2009

Its true, this building hasnt been decorated in 40 years. And i hope it stays this way. Staying at the Chatsworth is an experience, being greeted by Frank is part of that. Tiny china cups at breakfast, tea leaves not bags, original honest furniture. My biggest bugbear with paid accommodation is paying too much for gloss, for surface shine, when...

3Thank cappedup
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 September 2007

I booked a room here at short notice and needing somewhere cheap and convenient for my work in Brighton,so in that sense it was ok.Parking was less than it would have been as a non-resident,and the location was good,near the seafront,local shops and cafes,and buses. The proprietor was friendly and helpful,and the breakfast ok. However,I couldn't bring myself to stay...

3Thank cellista
Cornwall, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 August 2007

Would'nt recommend this place - nice location but struggling to keep up with the times. Was probably very grand 10 years ago! Plenty of other accommodation in Brighton so save your money!

3Thank SeagullBrighton

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About the property
  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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  • Smoking rooms available

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Address: 9 Salisbury Road, Hove BN3 3AB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > East Sussex > Brighton and Hove > Hove
Number of rooms: 8
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“Don't take room 4!!”
  • Small Bathroom
  • Room 4 - very old fashioned, dusty & unclean!
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