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Henfield Hotels and Guest Houses

No. 1 The Laurels Β&Β
   
Martyn Close, Henfield, BN5 9RQ
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The town of Henfield is a busy, bustling burg that enjoys all the pleasurable aspects of the big city without any of the downsides that make some folks want to stray away from life in a metropolis. To be sure, Henfield is located near some particularly crowded hubs. London is a mere thirty three miles or fifty three kilometers away from the behemoth of London. Brighton, another big city, is even closer to Henfield at just twelve miles or nineteen kilometers away. Curiously, though, Henfield is not a suburb in the strictest sense of the word. This is rather anomalous since many areas that were once historic villages have grown up alongside the huge neighbors that populate West Sussex and have lost their identity in the process. Henfield, on the other hand, expertly maintains its "self" in the looming shadow of the gargantuan cities it is dwarfed by. This is very admirable and it is part of what makes Henfield such a desirable place to live; it is charming and downbeat like every quaint and homey village should be yet it is close to the locations that can rightly be deemed the "pulse" of England. Most comfortable and friendly towns make their charm come at the expense of typical big city attributes like arts and entertainment. Henfield is close enough to these epicenters to ensure that anybody who wants to go to a significant event can do so easily. Henfield, however, avoids problems like traffic, noise pollution, crime, and congestion and thus it delivers the best of all worlds.

Make no mistake: Henfield is definitely not a hamlet. It is home to over five thousand people and thus it is a town in every sense of the word. To be fair and unbiased, though, Henfield stretches out over nearly four and a half thousand acres so it can seem that much of the town approaches the term "rural" in some locations. This is part of the charm of Henfield, though: Everybody gets privacy and yet has the option to be around millions of people in less than an hour should they choose to do so. The downtown part of Henfield, while nothing compared to a town like Birghton or Birmingham, is also nothing to scoff at. The Village Hall off of High Street is one of the prettiest and most well-maintained historic places in the county and a state of the art sports complex known as the Henfield Leisure Centre is on par with similar locations in London. The Cat House is definitely more appealing than it sounds and is in fact a very famous old building that was once owned by Nathaniel Woodward. Few places in the world offer as many good attributes as Henfield while still eschewing the bad things that inevitably come with such great features. This is simply the nature of Henfield, though, and it is just one of the many reasons why the town is so beloved and has been for countless centuries.


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