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Population: 5000
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Royal Oak
"I booked a table for lunch for 7 of us well in time for lunch today and was told that it would all be taken care of. When we ..." More

Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa (The)
"Good Points: Beautiful old charm hotel. Very wellcoming atmoshere, pleasant/helpful staff. Bad Points: Evening meals expensive. General review: Very enjoyable

Date visited: 2009-12-01 ..." More

Royal Oak
"My mother used to live in Midhurst and we used to go to the Royal Oak most Sundays. At the time it was owned by to men who had done ..." More

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Nestling at the foot of the South Downs, Midhurst is a jewel in a sea of green fields and woodlands. With a vibrant and comprehensive business community - there is nothing that cannot be supplied, or sourced, via businesses in Midhurst. Sports facilities are better than many larger towns; from thriving Cricket and Rugby clubs, to indoor sports, and a modern gym, at the Grange Centre. Of course Cowdray Park is famous for Polo and the Cowdray Park Golf Club is second to none in the area. The surrounding countryside is glorious and has views that have to be seen to be believed. Take your dogs for a walk along the top of the nearby South Downs and you'll see what we mean.

The present town has a rich variety of types and ages of streets, from the broad thoroughfare of North Street, with the imposing grammar school at one end to the narrower lanes of the old town. Hotel and Pubs in the area are superb and the Bed & Breakfast community is thriving. As a centre for visiting this wonderful part of southern England Midhurst is second to none. Population 5,000


Peter's Barn Gallery
South Downs National Park


St Mary Magdalene & St Denys


The Artworks Studio

Conference Centre

Dunford House Conference†Centre


Church Hill Dental Practice
St Oswalds Dental Practice


Riverbank Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Barrington & Co
Keats Martin
King & Chasemore
Michael Bridger Associates

Golf Club

Cowdray Park Golf Club


The Bluebell at Cocking

Pub and Bar

Bricklayers Arms
Duke of Cumberland
Nava Thai
Royal Oak

Silver Horseshoe
Wheatsheaf Inn


Duke of Cumberland
Khans Brasserie
Moonlight Cottage Tearooms
Nava Thai
Park House Hotel and Spa
Rockwell Diner
Royal Oak


Conifers Preparatory & Nursery School
Midhurst Rother College


Bevis Rowntree


B G's Private Hire & Taxi
Eastbourne Taxis
Edwards Private Hire
Mary's Car Hire
Midhurst Taxis


Springfield Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

Cowdray Park (Polo)

Midhurst CC (Cricket)
Midhurst RFC (Rugby Union)


J.E. Allnutt & Son
The Midhurst Book Shop
Wheelers Bookshop
Posy Bowl
Down to Earth
Day Lewis
Paxton & Welham Ltd
Mark Kimber
Michael Courtney Family Butchers
Peter's Barn Gallery
Easebourne Gallery
A Touch of Art Gallery
A touch of Art
Cabbage White
The Artworks Studio
The Nutrition Consultants
Cowdray Farm Shop

Jantella Wool Shop


Thorpe Patricia
Wild Wood Antiques

Places to Stay near Midhurst

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Angel Hotel (The) (0.13 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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The Midhurst Townhouse (0.18 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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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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Park House Hotel and Spa (2.43 miles)

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 | visit website
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The Bluebell at Cocking (2.53 miles)

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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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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