Cheap Hotels in Midhurst
Conveniently placed on the A272 in the middle of Sussex countryside, this historic 5-star country inn encapsulates a balance between modern sensibility and rustic charm. Halfway between Midhurst and Petworth, Halfway Bridge is suitably isolated for a weekend break in the beautiful South Downs National Park. With its 5 open fires, the modern AA Rosette award winning restaurant presents a warm atmosphere reminiscent of its 17th-century roots. The menu features local ingredients and produce from London markets. The restaurant is also recommended in the Michelin Guide 2014. In the morning, a continental breakfast or a freshly prepared full English breakfast are on offer. Its location is also convenient for links to Guildford, Portsmouth, Crawley and Chichester. The leisure resorts of Bognor Regis, Worthing and Brighton are also just a short distance away.
The Elsted Inn Hotel
The Angel Inn Hotel
Near Cowdray Heritage Trust
Hotels in Midhurst
In the heart of South Downs National Park in West Sussex lies Midhurst. With its gaggle of Tudor and Georgian buildings, cobbled paths, duck pond, castle, and river, there's something quintessentially English about this small town. Book a Midhurst hotel with us and discover one of the country's most idyllic locations.
Midhurst is the perfect destination for access to South Downs National Park, which has over 600 miles2 of rolling hills, breathtaking views and hidden treats. A landscape with a rich tapestry of wildlife and serenity, the South Downs provides an abundance of walks including, of course, the South Downs Way which stretches 100 miles from Eastbourne to Winchester.
Almost anywhere you turn in Midhurst, you'll stumble upon natural beauty or landscaped elegance. A perfect example is Woolbeding Gardens has formal gardens and a landscaped garden complete with lake and follies, all maintained by the National Trust.
Cowdray Park is the location of one of England's most significant early Tudor houses. Visited by Elizabeth I and Henry VIII, the house was partially destroyed by fire in 1793 but its ruins make for a magnificent sight amid the spectacular landscape of the park.
Restaurants and cafés
Midhurst's leafy location provides a wonderful place to dine out. A good example is the Duke of Cumberland, a 16th-century pub, which is perfectly positioned on a hillside affording stunning views of the countryside. And at the foot of South Downs National Park you'll find The Greyhound, an attractive free house that serves locally brewed beers and welcomes "well-behaved dogs, children and adults." The Olive & Vine serves morning coffees, wines and cocktails and has a restaurant area and pretty courtyard garden. For seafood fans, Seven Fish serves prawns, monkfish, baked cod loin, mussels and more. And the Vintage Tea Rooms, which doubles up as a cake shop, is popular with both locals and visitors alike for its tea and cake, and sandwiches.
Shopping in and around Midhurst
Midhurst instead has a sprinkling of boutiques, independent stores, gift shops, antique dealers and farm shops.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Midhurst
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Midhurst?One of the best hotels to stay in Midhurst is Halfway Bridge.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Midhurst?Halfway Bridge in Midhurst offers one night in a double room at the price of £135.
What are the best hotels in Midhurst near the center?Halfway Bridge is located in the central neighborhood of Midhurst.
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