Midhurst is a thriving market town and commercial centre, perhaps most famous for its connections with H.G. Wells and for the polo at adjacent Cowdray Park. The centre has some fine black and white buildings... Read More

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Park House Hotel and Spa

Park House Hotel and Spa
Itís the little things at Park House that have earned this hotel a reputation as a home from home. But as anyone knows, itís the little things that make the difference. An extraordinary attention to ... More | Double Room: From £218 | visit website
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Angel Hotel (The)

Angel Hotel (The)
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Originally a 16th century Coaching Inn, The Angel Hotel retains a wealth of original features and is situated in the heart of the historic town ... More | Double Room: From £55 | visit website
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The Bluebell at Cocking

The Bluebell at Cocking
The Bluebell Restaurant with Rooms.... Five Individual Rooms, Four En Suite....Two Rooms as a Family Suite... Superb Brass Beds with Luxury Mattresses....Tony and Julia took over the almost derelict Blue Bell Public House in November ... More | visit website

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Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa (The) (0.21 miles)

Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa (The)

One of the oldest hotels in England, dating back in parts to 1430. Oak beams and huge fireplaces dominate throughout.
Thirty nine rooms and suites (some Four Posters) all of which are individually furnished and have ... More | visit website

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Halfway Bridge Inn (2.85 miles)

Halfway Bridge Inn

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Steeped in history and conveniently placed on the A272 in the middle of the Sussex countryside lies Halfway Bridge Inn, a splendid country inn that perfectly encapsulates a balance between ... More

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Kings Arms (3.24 miles)

Kings Arms

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This Grade II listed building has recently been refurbished and extended to include a number of newly fitted out ensuite bedrooms set within the buildings and grounds of this 17th ... More

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Woodstock House Hotel (5.38 miles)

Woodstock House Hotel

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Woodstock House is a licensed guest house converted from an old Farmhouse situated in the Hamlet of Charlton, a few short miles from Chichester West Sussex. We have a four star; ... More

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Chilgrove Farm (5.46 miles)

Chilgrove Farm

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Chilgrove Farm bed and breakfast is the perfect spot for a relaxing break. Whether you are visiting the Chichester area on a well earned holiday or leisure break, or as ... More

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The Star & Garter (5.47 miles)

The Star & Garter

Set in the Downland village of East Dean and 2 miles from Goodwood race course, this attractive 18th century Freehouse was refurbished 5 years ago to unveil its original open brick and flint walls. In ... More | visit website

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Old Railway Station (5.50 miles)

Old Railway Station

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Formerly Petworth Railway Station, built in 1894 - now the perfect place to relax in colonial splendour.
The guest rooms are all double, en-suite. There are 2 rooms in the Station House, ... More

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The Fish House (5.51 miles)

The Fish House

At the front of the South Downs, this 1765 Coaching Inn combines excellent cuisine (2 AA rosettes), award-winning wine lists (over 600 labels) and superior rooms (AA 4 red diamonds).

Relax in front of the open ... More | visit website

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Barnhouse (6.18 miles)

The Barnhouse is a rare and beautiful property, ideally situated on the Surrey and West Sussex borders......

The Barnhouse Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful base to explore historic Sussex and Surrey. The charming 17th Century ... More | visit website
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The Flying Bull Inn (6.30 miles)

The Flying Bull Inn
The Flying Bull is a friendly pub and restaurant conveniently located in the delightful village of Rake and close to all the local amenities and attractions that this delightful part of Hampshire has to offer.Whether ... More | visit website

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