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Situated in Horsham, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Horsham Park, Horsham Museum and The Capitol Horsham. Warnham Local Nature Reserve and ...
Located in Lower Beeding, this spa hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Nymans, The Capitol Horsham and Horsham Park. Horsham Museum and High Beeches Garden are ...
Situated in Horsham, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Horsham Park and Warnham Local Nature Reserve. The Capitol Horsham and Horsham Museum are also ...
Located in Slinfold, this property is within 6 miles (10 km) of Horsham Park, Warnham Local Nature Reserve and Horsham Museum. The Capitol Horsham and Horsham ...
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The West Sussex market town of Horsham has become a popular destination in recent years thanks to its proximity to London Gatwick Airport (just 20 minutes away by road or rail) and London itself. Accommodation options in the town include independent hotels, pet-friendly hotels and traditional inns, attracting couples, families and business guests.
Travelling to Horsham on business? Trains run regularly from Horsham station into London or to Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, and you'll find a range of hotels offering amenities aimed at business guests. Free high-speed WiFi, conference and meeting spaces and free parking are available at many hotels, with some offering spa facilities, indoor pools and restaurants, ideal for grabbing a bite to eat between meetings or entertaining business clients.
For those enjoying a relaxing break in Horsham, Swan Walk shopping centre has a wide range of high-street chain stores, restaurants and cafés, and is within easy walking distance of most town centre hotels. You'll find most restaurants located on East Street, with takeaways, American diners, Indian curry houses and Chinese restaurants all jostling for space in the bustling town centre, as well as traditional English pubs and tea rooms. Many hotels have their own restaurant or café, and some provide room service, great if you're travelling with younger children or are tired after a long day of shopping.
There's more to Horsham than just shopping. During the summer months, there's live music on the bandstand in the central square, whilst the Horsham Museum in The Causeway area is also worth visiting, to find out more about the town's history. Close by you'll find the Surrey Hills, with its excellent biking and walking trails. Some hotels will even prepare a picnic for you to take out on your day trip, if you ask.
Horsham's accommodation caters for all budgets, with two star B&Bs, four star inns and even pet-friendly independent hotels that welcome dogs. Excellent amenities such as laundry services, free parking and complimentary breakfasts ensure that your stay in Horsham will be a relaxing one, whether you're travelling for business or leisure.