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Village Pantry
   
Handcross Road, Plummers Plain, Lower Beeding, Horsham, RH13 6NU
   +44 (0)1403 891319
 
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £28.00
Double from: £60.00
per room per night
 
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Pound Cottage
   
Mill Lane, Partridge Green, Horsham, RH13 8JU
   +44 (0)1403 710218
   +44 (0)1403 711337
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £30.00
Double from: £60.00
per room per night
 
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Random Hall
   
Stane Street, Slinfold, Horsham, RH13 0QX
   +44 (0)1403 790558
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £69.00
Double from: £69.00
per room per night
 
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Cisswood House
   
Sandy Gate Lane, Lower Beeding, Horsham, RH13 6NF
   +44 (0)1403 891216
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £80.00
Double from: £80.00
per room per night
 
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South Lodge, an Exclusive Hotel
   
Brighton Road, Lower Beeding, Horsham, RH13 6PS
   +44 (0)1403 891711
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £175.50
Double from: £175.50
per room per night
 
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The Windmill Inn
   
Littleworth Lane, Partridge Green, Horsham, RH13 8EJ
   +44 (0)1403 710308
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £80.00
Double from: £80.00
per room per night
 
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Springfields
   
Springfield Park Road, Horsham, RH12 2PW
   +44 (0)1403 246770
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £110.00
Double from: £110.00
per room per night
 
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With a population of just over fifty five thousand, Horsham can hardly consider itself to be in league with the raging metropolis of London, located a scant forty miles to the northeast. Nor is Horsham comparable with Brighton, another big burg in Horsham's backyard, less than twenty miles away. What Horsham lacks in immensity, however, is more than made up for in the overall quality of the city. Horsham is a major economic sector of England and is responsible for much of the necessary industry that propels the continent forward. Perhaps it is to Horsham's benefit that it isn't as populated as some of its neighbors. The city is largely free of the problems that plague major cities, placing in the fifteenth percentile as far as crime is concerned. No homeless people officially live in Horsham either and the city has one of the highest life expectancies of any city in London.

Horsham also has one of the highest employment rates, with over eighty-five percent of the population being active economically, speaking nothing of retirees or the injured. The school system in Horsham repeatedly pumps out some of the highest school rankings in the country, making a Horsham education a much cherished ideal. It is little wonder, then, that Horsham recently placed second on the list of the best places to live in the entire United Kingdom? If Horsham can be faulted for not being as magnificent or awe-inspiring as London, I for one would gladly take a small burg that is free of metropolitan woes and full of all the qualities that one cherishes in a hometown.

Among these qualities, the town's reputation as one of the foremost brewery cities in England is unquestionable. Though some breweries have closed, the city still is depended on by much of the continent to supply some of the most popular brands in Britain, including Broadwood, Wealden Ale, and Festive. Another of Horsham's unique treasures is the classic architecture scattered throughout the city. Horsham dates back to before the Middle Ages so everything from traditional hamlet towns to neo-gothic churches to Victorian manors can be seen on the various old streets. Tower Hill is a particularly popular tourist site as people from all around come to bear witness to the incredible 1800s houses and buildings that still stand proudly.

In short, Horsham is the kind of town that every English city secretly wishes to be. Though Horsham is economically important and prestigious in the 21st century, it still holds the same values and traditions that it has maintained for millennia. Further proof of Horsham's grip on the heart of England is evident in the fact that arrowheads from the Mesolithic Era have been found in Horsham that mark the point in time when England broke off of Europe to become its own isle. In a literal sense, Horsham is the original English town and it is little wonder, then, why every other town aspires for this ideal. If only a few more of them achieved it.


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