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Tel code: 01403 | code search
Postcode: RH12 | code search
Population: 2900
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Kings Head
"On the plus side the rest of the staff are charming and friendly but this does not make up for the fact that the food is bland and unimaginative and ..." More

Kings Head
"Really good food, sensible portions at affordable prices. Good friendly service in 16th century pub.

Date visited: 20 May 2009 ..." More

Thurlow Arms
"Sorry have to agree with Ian - food terrible, service poor and food very substandard. Would definitely not visit again !

Date visited: Feb 2009 ..." More

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The village of Rudgwick lies close to the Surrey border in the Low Weald country 6 miles (10km) west of Horsham. The name is derived from the Old English - hryer = ridge & wic = farm. Rudgwick was a farming and woodland community until the 13th century (it is not mentioned in the Domesday Book) when a church was built and the foundations of the village were formed. The present church - Holy Trinity - sits on the top of a rise and dates mainly from the 14th century, the south wall of the nave is probably Norman and the sturdy, buttressed tower is C13th, but the building was re-done in the C14th with a north aisle and new chancel. There is a fine group of tile hung cottages in-front of the church screening it from the road, many of them timber-framed; indeed, there are around 90 timber-framed buildings in the parish some dating back to the C14th. In the C16th & C17th there was a iron furnace and forge at nearby Dedisham and brick making has a long history in the area. In 1985, whilst digging clay for the local brick works, the bones of a rare dinosaur were found, they are now in the Natural History Museum in London. Rudgwick has always been a rural community and travel by road was especially difficult along the clay tracks. Things improved in 1810 when the road from Guildford to Horsham was built; the railway arrived in 1865 only to be severed by the Beeching Axe 100 years later, the trackway survives as part of the Downslink bridleway. The former station site is now the Medical Centre.

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Fox Inn
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Rudgwick Primary School

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Robert McLaren

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Random Hall Hotel (1.94 miles)

Random Hall Hotel

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Chef Proprietor Nigel with his wife Cathy have run the business for 20 years, the majority of the time as a 3 star AA hotel. Now as a guest house ... More

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Red Lyon Public House & Restaurant (2.26 miles)

Situated in the centre of picturesque Slinfold village, close to the cricket field and St.Peters Parish Church, the Red Lyon has been an Ale House since the 17th Century.
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Travelodge Billingshurst Five Oaks (3.63 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Richard Onslow (3.85 miles)

The Richard Onslow
The Richard Onslow has ten lovely en suite bedrooms with all the little comforts you’d find at home. Each one’s newly refurbished, and simply but stylishly decorated in keeping with the pub’s age, making the ... More | visit website
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Gatton Manor Hotel and Golf Club (4.21 miles)

Gatton Manor Hotel and Golf Club

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Set in 200 acres of tranquil, scenic Surrey countryside, this charming Manor is a complete golf, business and leisure venue, ideally set just one hour from London and 20 minutes from ... More

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The Kings Arms (5.34 miles)

The Kings Arms

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Traditional accommodation with good food & drink in the heart of the Surrey countryside.

If you fancy a visit to an old, traditional inn with log fires and beams that boasts neither music nor ... More

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Inn on the Green (5.53 miles)

Inn on the Green
The Inn On the Green in Ockley near Dorking, Surrey provides superb ensuite bed and breakfast accommodation with substantial contiental breakfast. The Inn dates back to the 15th century and is full of charm and ... More | visit website
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Inn on the Green (5.53 miles)

Inn on the Green

The Inn on the Green and The Green Rooms Restaurant Is a 15th Century public house set in the lovely village of Ockley, with a traditional bar, lounge and fine dining restaurant and conservatory. The bar is ... More | visit website

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Wimblehurst Hotel (5.55 miles)

Wimblehurst Hotel

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As an alternative to the large corporates, the Wimblehurst experience offers a more personal home from home, yet maintains the professional touch our guests have come to expect.Your hosts have ... More

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Premier Inn Horsham (5.87 miles)

Conveniently located for Horsham train station. For shops and local amenities Horsham town centre is only half a mile away. Our Horsham Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, free parking, incredibly comfy beds in every room ... More | visit website

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