Horsham /ˈhɔːrʃəm/ is a market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun on the fringe of the Weald in West Sussex, England. The town is 31 miles (50 km) south south-west of London, 18.5 miles (30 km) north-west of Brighton and 26 miles (42 km) north-east of the county town of Chichester. Nearby towns include Crawley to the north-east and Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill to the south-east. It is the administrative centre of the Horsham district.
Restaurants in Horsham
5.0 based on 177 reviews
I cannot praise Huxlelys enough! Lived in Horsham over 25 years and had never been?! We got there in time for the first meet an owl session, had a wander round to see the birds, went for lunch in the garden centre, then back for the second meet an owl and the flying display. The team are wonderful, welcoming and very humorous! We so lucky to be able to take part in the display and fly some of the birds. For a relatively inexpensive day out compared to many days out for 7 of us it was an experience we won’t forget!
5.0 based on 421 reviews
Knepp - one of the largest re-wilding projects in lowland Europe. Encounter herds of wild ponies, cattle, deer and pigs as they roam 3,500 acres of Sussex, driving the forces of habitat regeneration. Join us on one of our vehicle-based safaris or guided walking tours and experience our profusion of birds, mammals, butterflies, beetles, reptiles, plants and fungi in a setting that feels as wild and dynamic as the African bush. Stay in one of our beautiful shepherd's huts or luxurious tents, or simply pitch your own in our exclusive Wildland campsite. You don't have to take one of our safaris to stay here, and you don't have to stay here to take a safari - though naturally we hope you'll be tempted to combine the two.
5.0 based on 33 reviews
A microbrewery and venue with a delightful taproom nestled in a beautiful wooded valley near Horsham in West Sussex. Open for takeaway’s, local home deliveries, drinks & snacks outside from Tuesday 13th April.
Amazing afternoon had at Kissingate Brewery. Gary and Bunny are an outstanding combination. Brewery Tour was detailed and informative, Gary offers many stories of his micro brewery journey and Bunny puts together an amazing ploughmans and cream tea. The perfect experience ???? Will definitely be going back when in the area.
4.5 based on 809 reviews
We stayed at Sumners Ponds in-between lockdowns .Everything was very efficiently organized with clear instructions for everyone's safety and the highest of cleanliness standards.We have stayed on several occasions previously and have always found the staff extremely helpful and friendly.They provided information about the locality and restaurants as well as the site itself.The on site cafe is super with plenty of outside space. The campsite is lovely - spacious,quiet and clean.There is always plenty to see in and around the lakes and the pub and village shop are a short walk away.We keep on returning!!
4.5 based on 176 reviews
A wonderful museum with well executed special displays which are changed regularly. The permanent exhibitions are fascinating and extensive. There is a lovely garden and the museum is located in a beautiful period house in The Causeway. We have spent many enjoyable hours here on our regular visits from Leatherhead and have found the staff to be unerring helpful, as well as knowledgeable.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
The Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve is a registered charity (No. 1171924). Our aim is to ensure the conservation, protection, and improvement of Warnham Local Nature Reserve for the benefit of both the public and the wildlife. Working in close partnership with Horsham District Council who own and manage the Reserve, we: * Promote the Reserve through displays and road shows * Meet & greet visitors to the Reserve and collect permit charges * Manage the Heron’s Rest café, selling drinks and light refreshments * Raise funds for specific projects * Organize and run programmes of events at the Reserve both for the public and for our members * Host regular evening visits by groups from local youth organisations * Assist with wildlife surveys All income raised is used for the benefit of the Reserve.
Warnham Local Nature Reserve is a great place for a walk and to teach the little one's a bit more about the local nature. It is informative and interesting. It is mostly accessible and they have set up a one way system so that social distancing can be maintained. There are picnic areas to sit and enjoy a spot of lunch or a bite to eat. They are building a new discovery centre and I can't wait to go and explore this when it is complete.
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