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Homestead B&B
   
Homestead Lane Valebridge Road, Haywards Heath, RH15 0RQ
   +44 (0)1444 246 899
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £64.00
Double from: £64.00
per room per night
 
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Best Western Birch Hotel
   
Lewes Road (A272), Haywards Heath, RH17 7SF
   +44 (0)1444 451565
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £82.00
Double from: £82.00
per room per night
 
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Hickstead Hotel
   
Jobs Lane, Bolney, Haywards Heath, RH17 5NZ
   +44 (0)1444 248023
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £77.00
Double from: £77.00
per room per night
 
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Limes Apartments
   
67 High Street, Haywards Heath, RH16 2HN
   +44 (0)1444 487858
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £85.00
Double from: £85.00
per room per night
 
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Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa
   
Ockenden Lane, Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, RH17 5LD
   +44 (0)1444 416111
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £149.00
Double from: £149.00
per room per night
 
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The Ardingly Inn
   
Street Lane, Ardingly, Haywards Heath, RH17 6UA
   +44 (0)1444 892214
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £75.00
Double from: £75.00
per room per night
 
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Highley Manor
   
Crawley Lane, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, RH17 6LA
   +44 (0)1444 811711
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £69.00
Double from: £69.00
per room per night
 
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Other accommodation near Haywards Heath

The lovely commuter town of Haywards Heath enjoys one of the most fortuitous locations of all the English cities. It is a stone's throw from many of the best places in the country yet it still manages to be itself a quaint and charming place to call home. Lying just thirty six miles or so from London and a mere twelve miles north of Brighton, it is little wonder that many of the people who live in Haywards Heath commute to one of these larger cities to work and then come home to the lovable suburb. With a population of over twenty three thousand, Haywards Heath is definitely not a hamlet by any means but its size seems perfectly suited to its amenities and many of the people who live in this city can't say enough nice things about it.

Most of the citizens who belong to Haywards Heath have no idea just how old the city is, thinking instead that it was just some suburban uprising that arose for those who didn't want to live too close to downtown. On the contrary, Haywards Heath in fact has a much storied history that dates back millennia. The city didn't factor too heavily into anything of note for quite some time, however, and it wasn't until the time of the English Civil War that Haywards Heath began to garner international recognition. The year was 1642 and the struggle had already been going on for some time. Parliamentarians based in Haywards Heath captured some Royalists who were trying to flee the area and a fierce battle ensued. Many lives were lost and the Parliamentarians ended up the victors. After that little skirmish, Haywards Heath seemed to be relegated right back to obscurity and another few hundred years went by uneventfully as the city once again struggled to create an identity in some form.

That identity would finally arrive in the mid 1800s when the advent of the Brigton railway connected Haywards Heath with the rest of the country. This also created one of the most remarkable population explosions in the history of Britain. Just before the railway came to the city the population of Haywards Heath was a sparse two hundred people. This low rate probably had to do with the fact that very few people even knew that Haywards Heath existed. At any rate, the railway certainly changed things and the city experienced continually rising rates of population ever since. A recent census puts the population at just around twenty five thousand people, making it one of the populous burgs in all of West Sussex. Not bad for a city in which many of the original residents had to write the town's name on their hand so that they could remember where they lived. Today Haywards Heath enjoys the general privacy that it has had for much of its existence. Perhaps the old adage "no news is good news" best sums up the city. Another adage, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" may work just as well. Either way, Haywards Heath is a delightful little city if you can track it down.


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