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County - Sussex | Map
Tel code: 01444 | code search
Postcode: RH16/17 | code search
Population: 23000
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Food Legends:
Sussex Slipcote Cheese
Folk Customs:
Jack in the Green
Little Edith's Treat

Haywards Heath Events

June
Hickstead British Jumping Derby Meeting

July
Charity Open Gardens Day
Hickstead British Jumping Derby Meeting

August
The Royal International Horse Show
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Hickstead Hotel
"Good Points: Clean, pleasant location, efficient staff and good breakfast Bad Points: Road noise from the A23 was intrusive. General review: Hotel was fine for the money. Breakfast was particularly good.

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Oathall Veterinary Group
"Unfortunatley my sisters cat Chelsea was diagnosed with cncer at the end of Nov 2008. This resulted in us taking her to the vet every week. This went on for ..." More

Brantridge Park
"Good Points: Nice place. Handy for getting to relatives in Cuckfield, a shame we were out and active with them rather than exploring/enjoying the accommodation, there was lots on offer. General ..." More

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"The Orchards shopping Mall is not very large, but is really good for shopping or browsing and the streets nearby have some unusual shops, parking is quite easy as there ..." More

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This busy little town in Sussex is 12 miles from Brighton and only 40 miles from London, itís relatively hilly disposition has much to offer the discerning traveller. There are some strikingly beautiful places such as Borde Hill Gardens set in 150 acres of parkland, dating from the early 1900ís the lakes and planting are perfect, or if you prefer all things rare, visit Nymans Gardens which is home to a unique collection of trees, and a sunken garden, if thatís not enough they also boast an Italian fountain and stunning topiary. This area is packed to the seams with outside wonders, another is Wakehurst Place set in 500 acres and has water gardens to be explored with ponds and lakes. Why not sit on the miniature steam locomotive that travels for almost a mile in Beech Hurst Park, when you alight there is also pitch and putt to try or even an all weather bowls facility. The town has many unusual shops to explore, pleasing walks and cycle paths or even an excellent golf course, if you prefer to get wet then take your Ďcossieí when you visit the Leisure Centre where swimming is a delight.

Accountant

Gillards
Mid Sussex Office Services
PRB Martin Pollins
Swan Associates

Attraction

Borde Hill Gardens
High Beeches Woodland & Water Gardens
Nymans Garden
Wakehurst Place Gardens

Care Home

Beech Hurst Nursing Home
Russettings
Walstead Place

Charity

Cats Protection (CP)

Council

Mid Sussex District Council

Dentist

ADP Dental Surgery
Emerick HouseDental Practice
Gresham Dental Practice

Doctor

Dr Dawson PJ & Partners
Newtons Health Centre
Northlands Wood Surgery
Vale Surgery

Estate Agent

Bannisters
Cluttons Daniel Smith
Connell Estate Agents
Cubitt & West
David Clake Estate Agents
Mansell McTaggart

Farmers Market

Haywards Heath Farmers Market

Golf Club

Haywards Heath Golf Club
Paxhill Park

Health and Fitness Club

Cloud 9 Fitness Centre
Curves
Olympos Health Club

Inn

The Crown Inn

Market

Haywards Heath Farmers Market
London 2 Brighton Boot Fair Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Evalution
Fountain Inn
Heath
Red Lion
Sloop

Star
The Bent Arms Badgers Pub
The Chequers Slaugham
The Crown Inn
The Dolphin
Victory Inn
Witch Inn

Restaurant

Bar-Boo
Evolution
Fountain Inn
Jeremy's at Borde Hill
Piza
Rice & Spice
Sloop
Tai Kar
The Crown Inn
Victory Inn

School

Ardingly College
Ardingly College Junior School

Self-Catering

Brantridge Park

Solicitor

Alistair Harper & Co
Castles
Mulcare Jenkins

Taxi

A1 Travel
B & B Taxis
Bolnore Taxis
Haywards Heath Taxis
Hello Taxi
Roadrunners Ltd
Station Taxis Ltd

Venue

Borde Hill Gardens
Handcross Park

Vet

Oathall Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Chailey CC (Cricket)
Cuckfield CC (Cricket)
Cuckfield LTC (Tennis)
Haywards Heath CC (Cricket)
Haywards Heath Town (Amateur Football)
St Francis Rangers (Amateur Football)

Shops

British Bookshops & Sussex Stationers

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Current Affairs Publications
Halcyon Bookshop
Worldwide Flowers Ltd
Boots
Rymans
Scaynes Hill Nursery
Pets Corner
New England Pharmacy
Green Elliott & Crowe
Buckle
Michael J Brown
Waterstones
Sussex Chiropractic
Robert Dyas
Birman Gallery
Cuckfield Gallery
Upstairs at The Halcyon
Holland and Barratt
High Weald Dairy
Specsavers
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Artyfect
SusanNeil
Grate Fires of Sussex
Seymour & Dench
Floral Studio
Carousel Music
Digiphotoworks
Penny Langley Photography
Sarah Wright Photography
Christina Chelmick Photography
Pix
Pine Direct
Middletons Butchers

Antiques

Ardingly Antiques
Stable Antiques
Woodall & Emery Ltd
Middletons

Activities

British School Of Ballooning(Airsports)
Ardingly Reservoir(Fishing)

Places to Stay near Haywards Heath

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Birch Hotel (0.78 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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The Wheatsheaf Pub (1.27 miles)

The Wheatsheaf Pub
The nineteenth century Wheatsheaf Inn is situated on the on the edge of the historic village of Cuckfield. The mainline station of Haywards Heath is a short distance away and offers an excellent service to ... More | visit website
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Bective B&B (1.77 miles)

Bective B&B
Bective Bed and Breakfast offers peace and tranquility, while being close to local attractions and amenities. Gatwick Airport, Hickstead, the South of England Showground, Borde Hill Gardens, Nymans, Wakehurst Place, Sheffield Park and towns such ... More
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Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa (1.84 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 | visit website
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Abbey House (3.32 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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Little Turrets (3.85 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 | visit website

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Premier Inn Burgess Hill (3.95 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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The Crown Inn (4.29 miles)

The Crown Inn

Newly refurbished and reopened in November 2009, The Crown has been an inn for more than 250 years and was originally a medieval hall house in the 14th century. Friendly and helpful staff will ensure ... More | visit website

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Hickstead Hotel (4.33 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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Brantridge Park (4.85 miles)

Brantridge Park

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Found halfway between the villages of Handcross and Balcombe, in the beautiful Sussex countryside, this spectacular residence is ideally placed just 45 minutes from both Brighton and London. Once the home of ... More

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