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B and Bs in Haywards Heath

Bective B&B
Copyhold Lane
Borde Hill

Haywards Heath
Sussex

RH16 1XU | View map

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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 as Lewes and Brighton are all within easy reach. Haywards Heath railway station, offering frequent trains to London (45mins) or Brighton (20mins) is just a few minutes away. The B&B is located in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The High Weald Landscape Trail passes the door and there are many other lovely walks. There are also numerous pubs and restaurants in the area. The BnB is located in the town of Lindfield which is close to Haywards Heath. Lindfield is a flourishing, active, modern community, famed for its rich historic and architectural heritage. The ancient High Street, lined with lime trees, has many individual shops which are well worth exploring. It is regarded as one of the finest High Streets in Sussex with over forty medieval and post medieval timber-framed houses. The town of Haywards Heath is the administrative centre of Mid Sussex. It has a population of approximately 23,000. Many of its residents commute each day to London, Brighton, Crawley, and Gatwick. The town’s prosperity is largely due to the advent of the Rail Link to London opening in 1841, all around the towns are rolling countryside and none are more than an hour from the South Coast of England.

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