Birch House Bed & Breakfast
Birch House is located next door to the Birch Hotel on the A272. Three double rooms, king size divan beds, are available, single occupancy at £35 and double at £60. The 3 rooms sleep a maximum of six people. Children over the age of ten. Freeview on small flat screen television.
Breakfast is cereals, orange juice, fresh fruit, banana, apple, satsumas, yoghurt, eggs cooked three ways, boiled, poached and scrambled. toast, tea and coffee. A full English breakfast is extra charge.
A hair dryer is available on loan. Fresh milk for the tea/coffee tray is supplied upon request.
The en-suite facilities are equipped with 2 white bath sheets, 2 hand towels and 100gm bar of Nivea soap.
There is a courtyard patio off the dining room for use weather permitting.
The Princess Royal Hospital is a two minute walk. The railway station is two miles, a five minute car/taxi ride. Gatwick is twelve minutes by train, Victoria is forty-seven minutes and Brighton twenty minutes.
The South Downs are accessed via Ditchling, about fifteen minutes by car. Good for cycling off road and walking on a summers evening
The London to Brighton Bike Ride goes through the town in June annually, heads for Ditchling beacon, a steep climb up to the Downs and then downhill to Brighton.
The county town of Lewes, East Sussex, is a twenty minute car ride away for those who wish to participate in the November 5th Bonfire festivities and the villages of Newick, Fletching and Barcombe hold their own bonfires with firework displays on the Saturday nights leading up to November 5th.
The Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Garden are easily accessed by car, as is Wakehurst. Borde Hill garden is set out of town and is the site of Jeremys Restaurant.
There are places to eat, from the hotel bar next door with free wifi to the many restaurants in the Broadway. Nearly all of our pubs have food throughout the day.
The Antiques Collectors fair is held five times per year at the South of England Showground in Ardingly. You will need a car to travel there via the pretty village of Lindfield.
Brighton has many places of interest, the Royal Pavilion and The Lanes, well known for jewellery shops, antiques, small art galleries, cafes, restaurants and small independent clothes shops. Brighton marina is set out of town, has free carparking, shops and restaurants.
Further information available by email or phone.
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This page was last updated: 15 March 2012