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Passing through Henfield, this 37 mile level route footpath & bridleway is a haven for walkers, horse riders & cyclists. It offers fantastic views of the countryside.
Quiet, off the beaten track and retaining its natural, old world charm, Henfield is the diadem of rural Sussex
The South Downs - beautiful, challenging, dark with history yet alluring. Explore this natural wonder from your base in Henfield
What to do on holiday or on a break can be a challenge. You are relaxing, so don't tax your brain. Use our short guide instead
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban landscape and enter the tranquil land of nature
Don't know what to do with the family? This is a familiar story, so we have taken the hard work out and created an intinerary specially for you
Gourmet food and specialist drinks are all within a stones throw of Henfield. Sample the delights!
There are many great pubs, inns and restaurants all over Sussex, here is a list of our closest ones.
One of Henfield's most famous landmarks, the Cat House is decorated with cut-out metal cats with a bird in its paws.
The largest town in West Sussex, this classic British seaside town provides an ideal place to relax & explore it's many attraction.
A heritage steam line running for nine miles through the beautiful heart of the Sussex countryside.
A beautiful, relaxing & tranquil garden. An inspiration to all budding gardeners & escapism for all.
This delightful 11th century castle and magnificent gardens enjoy views overlooking the Arun Valley and river.
There are many places to eat and drink in and around the village. From the numerous public houses offering locally sourced produce to the much regarded Sussex ales and beers.
Henfield lies just 12 miles north of one of Britain's most popular tourist & day trip destinations - the seaside city of Brighton.