We'll be building up a list of places of interest local to The Burgess Hill Inn that registered users can rate. This will help visitors to the area find the best places to go and might even provide some inspiration for us locals too. If you want more information on any of these, why not pop in and see us - we might have some further literature, advice or even discount tickets for some of them.
Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve
Discover the woodlands, hedgerows, ponds, flora and fauna of this award-winning Nature Reserve. Situated north of Burgess Hill.
Beech Hurst Pk & Miniature Railway Haywards Heath
This popular local heritage park covers an area of just under six hectares and hosts some beautiful views of the South Downs and has a wide range of facilities on offer including the Miniature Railway, Children's Playground, Croquet Lawn, Artificial Bowling Strip, Petanque Pistes and much more.
Borde Hill Garden
Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with spectacular views over the Sussex Weald and the Ouse Valley, Borde Hill’s grounds extend to over 200 acres across the garden, woodland and parkland. The 17 acres of formal garden are designed in a series of outdoor ‘rooms’, each with its own distinctive character, colour and scent. From the exotic ‘Garden of Allah’ and the beautiful Azelea Ring, to the traditional Rose Garden and peaceful Italian Garden, Borde Hill is a treat for the senses. Our historic Garden is constantly evolving with new plantings and designs to add to variety, colour and interest throughout the year.
Borde Hill has received numerous awards, including the Historic Houses Association ‘Garden of the Year’.
The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead, was the dream and brain child of one man - Douglas Bunn. Now run by his family, the showground remains one of the premier equestrian venues in the world. Almost every great show jumper, horse and rider, has competed at Hickstead since it first opened our doors in 1960.
In 2010, The All England Jumping Course celebrated its 50th anniversary as the home of international showjumping in Great Britain. Since then it has undergone £1million-worth of refurbishment works, including the complete renovation of the famous International Arena.