B and Bs in Burgess Hill

Homestead B&B
Homestead Lane
Valebridge Road

Burgess Hill
Sussex

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A warm welcome awaits you at our spacious home, set in its own grounds of 7˝ acres. We are tucked away at the end of our own private lane, 300 yards from a country road on the north eastern outskirts of Burgess Hill. We’re surrounded by an abundance of wildlife, including foxes, badgers, deer, rabbits and squirrels. Our numerous free range chickens and ducks are also an endless source of amusement to our guests.Haywards Heath is only 2 miles to the north, and Brighton 10 miles south. Wivelsfield main line station is 10 minutes walk, with 4 trains an hour to Gatwick, Croydon & London. There is also an hourly service to Lewes & Eastbourne. The town centre is about 1˝ miles awayOur rooms, of which all are en suite, consist:- Ground floor: - 1 double (or twin) and 1 single First floor: - 1 double and 1 tripleAll our rooms are attractively decorated with colour co-ordinated bed linen, towels and bathrobes. Each has colour TV, clock/radio/alarm, fully stocked beverage tray, complimentary bottled waters, central and supplementary heating, hairdryer, iron, trouser press, ceiling fan. Broadband and wireless WiFi internet access is available in all rooms.We offer a very extensive and flexible breakfast menu, including an 8 item English breakfast. Vegetarian & coliac options are available.We also have The Country View Suite - a fully self-contained ground floor private suite of rooms, furnished and fitted to a very high standard, specifically designed for three adults.

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