Fernhurst

The village of Fernhurst is in the Weald just south of Haslemere, the 919 Black Down looming to its east, a pretty spot with triangular village green, a couple of old pubs and medieval church... Read More

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Kings Arms

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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Barnhouse (1.81 miles)

Barnhouse
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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Inn on the Hill (2.68 miles)

Inn on the Hill

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Great evenings start and end here. An imposing Victorian building, with a chic contemporary interior, serving a wide range of international cuisine. The open plan layout features slates floors, leather ... More | visit website

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Georgian House Hotel (2.77 miles)

Georgian House Hotel

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An elegant town centre hotel with superb leisure facilities including indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, gym and a range of beauty and health treatments. A perfect choice for business or pleasure with ... More

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Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa (2.85 miles)

Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa

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This privately owned hotel is nestled in 22 acres of Surrey countryside and offers relaxed luxury and a high standard of service. Lythe Hill Hotel and Spa has recently completed a large ... More

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Branksome Place (3.19 miles)

Branksome Place

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Branksome is a listed centre boasting interesting architecture and a nautical feel. Thirty two acres of wooded countryside compliment the centre's Edwardian charm. Dedicated to the business traveler, the Centre ... More

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The Mulberry Inn (4.12 miles)

The Mulberry Inn

The Mulberry, formerly The Rams Nest, is located on the edge of Chiddingfold village.

Originally a pub, the restaurant now has a great reputation for its unique style of dining, fabulous food, world class wine and excellent local ... More | visit website

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Devils Punchbowl Inn (4.40 miles)

Devils Punchbowl Inn

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At The Devil's Punchbowl Hotel you will find a traditional charm and elegance, the finest cuisine and a warm and friendly welcome. The hotel offers contemporary style bedrooms, traditional lounge ... More

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Angel Hotel (The) (4.41 miles)

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 | visit website
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Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa (The) (4.53 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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The Midhurst Townhouse (4.54 miles)

The Midhurst Townhouse

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The Town House is a boutique B&B situated in the heart of Midhurst Town, with near-by free car parking, Our rooms are typical of a Town House with all the ... More

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