Bed and Breakfast near Burgess Hill, East Sussex

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The Wheatsheaf Pub CuckfieldThe Wheatsheaf Pub - 2.9 miles
Cuckfield, West Sussex
Stay from: £40.00    3 star rating
Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


The Bent Arms Badgers Pub LindfieldThe Bent Arms Badgers Pub - 3.3 miles
Lindfield, West Sussex
Stay from: £55.00    2 star rating
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Tovey Lodge DitchlingTovey Lodge - 4.2 miles
Ditchling, East Sussex
Stay from: £55.00    5 star rating
Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


The Eight Bells BolneyThe Eight Bells - 4.3 miles
Bolney, West Sussex
Stay from: £35.00    4 star rating
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The Bull on The Green NewickThe Bull on The Green - 5.6 miles
Newick, East Sussex
Stay from: £50.00    3 star rating
Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


The Blacksmiths Arms OffhamThe Blacksmiths Arms - 7 miles
Offham, East Sussex
Stay from: £50.00    4 star rating
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Barrington Lodge CrawleyBarrington Lodge - 9.6 miles
Crawley, West Sussex
Stay from: £40.00    4 star rating
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Adelaide House BrightonAdelaide House - 10.3 miles
Brighton, East Sussex
Stay from: £92.00    4 star rating
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Ei8ht Brighton Apartments BrightonEi8ht Brighton Apartments - 10.3 miles
Brighton, East Sussex
Stay from: £30.00    4 star rating
Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


Kemp Townhouse BrightonKemp Townhouse - 10.4 miles
Brighton, East Sussex
Stay from: £75.00    5 star rating
Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


Map is approximate and should only be used to get a rough idea of the location of B&Bs near Burgess Hill. Please see individual hotel details for more precise location information.

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Rye (Self catering)
Kittiwakes, Rye

Kittiwakes

Exterior stairs to first floor: Hall. Double bedroom. Up four steps to open plan sitting/dining room with kitchen area. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath).
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Battle (Self catering)
The Lodge, Battle

The Lodge

Detached converted Lodge located alone in peaceful, picturesque rural countryside and woodland, with many walks from the doorstep. Many places to visit:- Batemans House which was Rudyard Kipling home is 2 …
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Mermaid Inn Brighton

Mermaid Inn

The Mermaid Inn the Jewel in Rye's Crown and is one of England's oldest and loveliest inns with Norman cellars dating from 1156 the Mermaid rebuilt in 1420 offers tradition and charm in abundance. The Inn is a only 2-minute walk from Rye Heritage Centre and a 3-minute walk from … more >>

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The Star And Eagle Hotel Brighton

The Star And Eagle Hotel

Nestling in the heart of the Kentish Weald. This 14th Century listed building stands at the highest point. Wonderful views overlooking the Kent countryside. 10 well appointed traditional bedrooms all varying in style kept to the highest standard. Lots of exposed beams and narrow corridors that will take you back … more >>

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