Forest Row

Forest Row is a large village that occupies a prime position above the River Medway, with the Ashdown Forest – and thus Pooh Bridge - a little south, and the extensive Weir Wood Reservoir west... Read More

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Roebuck Hotel

Roebuck Hotel
The Roebuck Hotel Forest Row near East Grinstead sits in the heart of the East Sussex countryside surrounded by Forest Row, East Grinstead, Gatwick Airport, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Haywards Heath, Horley and Crawley all easily ... More | visit website
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Ashdown Park Hotel

Ashdown Park Hotel

In the heart of Ashdown Forest lies this impressive country house hotel surrounded by 186 acres of beautifully landscaped parkland, gardens, lakes and an 18 hole golf course. This idyllic setting offers guests stylish accommodation ... More | visit website

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Brambletye Hotel

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The Brambletye in located in the centre of the picturesque village of Forest Row which is on the edge of Ashdown Forest. It has served as a hotel since 1866 ... More

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Cranston House (2.64 miles)

Cranston House

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Very attractive large detached house in a quiet residential area within walking distance of the town centre, railway station arts Centre and hospital. Private parking. Gatwick airport is 15 minutes ... More

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Bolebroke Castle (3.42 miles)

Bolebroke Castle

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Bolebroke Castle at Hartfield, the village made famous by Pooh bear, was built around 1480 and is the earliest brick built building in Sussex.Henry VIII used Bolebroke when he went ... More

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Felbridge Hotel & Spa (4.07 miles)

Felbridge Hotel & Spa

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The Felbridge Hotel and Spa has recently undergone a complete refurbishment taking the hotel to 4-star deluxe status. All bedrooms are styled to perfection and with the introduction of the Bay Tree ... More

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Premier Inn East Grinstead (4.19 miles)

Premier Inn East Grinstead
Ideally located within easy reach of the M25 and M23. Conveniently located for East Grinstead train station and only 9 miles away from Gatwick Airport. Local attractions include Chequer Mead theatre, St. Hill Manor, Ashdown ... More | visit website
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Alexander House Hotel (4.45 miles)

Alexander House Hotel

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Set in over 170 acres of spectacular gardens and parkland, Alexander House Hotel near East Grinstead in West Sussex has recently undergone a multi-million pound investment programme.

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The Crown Inn (5.06 miles)

The Crown Inn

Newly refurbished and reopened in November 2009, The Crown has been an inn for more than 250 years and was originally a medieval hall house in the 14th century. Friendly and helpful staff will ensure ... More | visit website

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The Wiremill (5.37 miles)

The Wiremill
The Wiremill is a charasmatic 15th century Mill. Our rooms are situated in the original foundations of the building and have recently undergone an extensive refurbishment. Most importantly the rooms have kept the character of ... More | visit website
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Copthorne Hotel Effingham Park Gatwick (6.09 miles)

Copthorne Hotel Effingham Park Gatwick

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In 40 acres of gardens, near Crawley, just 10 minutes' drive from Gatwick Airport, this country house hotel offers extensive leisure facilities and inclusive on-site, long-term airport parking packages. Close to the ... More

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Hedgehog Inn (6.42 miles)

Hedgehog Inn

The Hedgehog Inn, on Effingham Road in Copthorne, offers a charming mix of a great pub and restaurant with distinctly different and modern hotel accommodation, with eight en-suite bedrooms, furnished to a high standard. Very ... More | visit website

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Ye Old Crown (6.77 miles)

Ye Old Crown

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Ye Old Crown Inn is a family run bar, hotel and restaurant, conveniently located on the High Street of Edenbridge to all nearby amenities. Mike and Michelle de Gouveia and their ... More

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