The Acacia

"Best B&B in the world (well, so far!), thanks so much for making our weekend special" Phil & Ann (Amigos International)

Located close to the beach, shops and restaurants in Worthing ... and inspired by Hotel Pelirocco and Blanch House Hotel in Brighton, and the Portobello Hotel, Westbourne Hotel and Covent Garden Hotels in London ... Nicola at The Acacia broke all the rules for seaside landladies. The Acacia (which closed as a B&B in late-2004) made bed and breakfast stylish, fun and flexible. Each room at The Acacia was themed after favourite holiday destinations including Paris, New York, Bali Hai, Marrakech and Nantucket.

"Scrupulous cleanliness and wonderfully decorated rooms that make you feel right at home" Ellis & Sarah

The Acacia offered flexible, friendly service, modern facilities ... and provided a permanent showcase for the work of RAG's artists and makers.

The Acacia was also home to RAG's monthly networking meetings, and the venue for solo exhibitions by artists including Adrian Crick, Debbie Zoutewelle, Sarah Johnson, Sheila Guyatt and Olga Kohutek.

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