Burghurst Lodge

Bed & Breakfast

Collage of local attraction photos showing Brighton Pavilion, Horse Racing, Hever Castle, Wakehurst Place, Bluebell Railway, and a sign for the Sussex Border Path

Local attractions in and around the Mid-Sussex area

Each attraction's name links to its website.

Ardingly Showground – Home of the South of England show and many other events throughout the year

Ashdown Forest – 6000 acres of heathland and woods. Home to Winnie the Pooh

Bluebell Railway – A volunteer-run country line with steam trains

Goodwood Racecourse & Motorsport – International sporting venue: The Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival, Glorious Goodwood

Glyndebourne – World famous
opera venue

High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – A historic landscape area of rural Sussex

Plumpton Racecourse – Picturesque national hunt racecourse nestling at the foot of the south downs. Regular meetings from September to May

Lingfield Racecourse – All-weather racing

Hickstead Showjumping – International show jumping arena

South Downs National Park – England's newest National Park

Gardens & historic houses

Wakehurst Place – Kew gardens in the country, with 170 acres of attractive gardens, wetlands and woodlands. Home to the Millennium Seed Bank. Free entry to National Trust members

Borde Hill Gardens – 200 acres of parkland, with many rare trees and shrubs

Nymans Gardens – National Trust gardens, including woodland walks

Sheffield Park Garden – National Trust 120-acre garden and lakes

Standen House – Arts and crafts family home with William Morris interiors set in a beautiful hillside garden

Charleston Farmhouse – Home of the Bloomsbury group writers and artists

Monks House – Country home of Virginia Woolf

Hever Castle – Childhood home of
Anne Boleyn

Local towns

Lewes – Former principal town of Sussex, attractive high street and castle

Royal Tunbridge Wells – Historic spa town witb the elegant Pantiles shopping area

Brighton – Cosmopolitan vibrant city home to Brighton Pavillion, The Lanes. It has excellent shopping and entertainment and the famous Brighton pier


Cycling – Bring your own bike (secure indoor storage available) or hire moutain bikes and try the trails at Deers Leap Park

Golf – East Sussex National Golf Course, Lindfield Golf Club, Haywards Heath, Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club and Piltdown Golf Club

WalkingBurghurst Lodge is on the Sussex Border Path, near to the South Downs Way and nearby Ashdown Forest offers unlimited walking opportunities

Where to eat

Restaurants we recommend

Jeremy's at Borde Hill Gardens, Haywards Heath

The Limes, Lindfield, Haywards Heath

There are numerous restaurants in both Haywards Heath and East Grinstead

Pubs we recommend

Crown Inn, Horsted Keynes

Green Man, Horsted Keynes

Cat Inn West Hoathly

Coach and Horses, Danehill

The Hatch, Coleman's Hatch,
Ashdown Forest

Griffin, Fletching

Burghurst Lodge, Wyatts Lane, Horsted Keynes, West Sussex RH17 7AH Tel: 01825 790039
email: burghurstlodge@gmail.com
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