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County - Sussex
Tel code: 01273 | code search
Postcode: BN6 | code search
Population: 6800
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Like neighbour Burgess Hill Hassocks is largely a product of the Railway Age, a well-appointed commuter village with no shortage of pubs and shops, and with nearby attractions that include its Jack and Jill Windmills... Read More.

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Tovey Lodge

Tovey Lodge
Our guests can choose Luxury B&B in our main house or quality self-catering in the Cottage (see below): Deluxe B & B - 3 generous luxury Suites 1st floor & 2 grnd floor top ... More | visit website

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Vinyard Lodge (0.87 miles)

Vinyard Lodge

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Just 15 minutes from the bustle of Brighton and 15 minutes from Gatwick off the A23 London to Brighton, idyllically situated in the picturesque village of Hurspierpoint by the South ... More

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Premier Inn Burgess Hill (1.64 miles)

Premier Inn Burgess Hill
Premier Inn Burgess Hill is a modern, ecological hotel located in the Victoria Business park of Burgess Hill and offering 24-hour front desk, free parking, a bar and a restaurant. The Beefeater restaurant at the Burgess ... More | visit website
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Little Turrets (2.02 miles)

Little Turrets

Little Turrets is a luxury detached contemporary Bed and Breakfast which has its own courtyard and is independent of the main house of Turrets set in 9 acres of land. Being newly converted it conforms ... More | Double Room: From £70 | visit website

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Abbey House (2.58 miles)

Abbey House

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A warm welcome.....Awaits you at our comfortable family home bed and breakfast in a pleasant residential district.We are within easy reach of Burgess Hill railway station, Burgess Hill Town Centre, ... More

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Tovey Lodge (2.60 miles)

Tovey Lodge
Our guests can choose Luxury B&B in our main house or quality self-catering in the Cottage (see below): Deluxe B & B - 3 generous luxury Suites 1st floor & 2 grnd floor top ... More | visit website
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Hickstead Hotel (3.12 miles)

Hickstead Hotel

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Set in 7 acres of peaceful Sussex countryside, this distinguished rural retreat offers a wealth of choice for meetings, dining or a well-earned break away from all the stress of modern ... More

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George Hotel (4.83 miles)

George Hotel

This former 16th century coaching inn still retains many of its wonderful original features, with a cosy interior, original wooden beams and an inglenook fireplace. The hotelís original historic beauty does not compromise the standard of ... More | visit website

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Birch Hotel (5.50 miles)

Birch Hotel

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Situated in the peaceful West Sussex town of Haywards Heath, this charming hotel is ideally located within easy reach of Brightonís bustling city centre (29 km) and Gatwick Airport (24 km).
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Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa (5.53 miles)

Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa
This delightful Elizabethan Manor House, situated in the heart of the Tudor Village of Cuckfield, is the ideal retreat from which to discover the "Garden of England".

All 22 rooms have their own identity and are ... More | Double Room: £190 (standard) £265 (superior) | visit website
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Preston Park Hotel (5.60 miles)

Preston Park Hotel

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Situated in Preston Village, to the north of central Brighton, this attractive hotel is set near Preston Park and provides a peaceful alternative to bustling central Brighton. Preston Park Hotel offers an ... More

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