Country, coast and Gatwick Airport
The Nearby rolling hills of the South Downs make Burgess Hill the perfect spot for nature lovers looking to ramble or cycle through some of the UK's most scenic spots. Fancy something less taxing? Geocaching is increasingly popular, or you'll find dozens of delightful market towns, perfect for exploring. As well as the area's rural delights, the gorgeous Brighton coastline is just a short drive away, or if you are travelling further afield, Gatwick Airport is within easy reach.
Seaside fun in Brighton
Enjoy a trip to Britain's most colourful coastal resort, where you'll find much more than sea, sand and (hopefully) some sun. Brighton's exotic Royal Pavilion palace is well worth a visit, while no trip is complete without a stroll along the famous pier, preferably with some tasty chips in hand. Away from the coastline, you'll find dozens of quirky independent boutiques, chic bars and coffee shops and some of the finest seafood restaurants around.
Enjoy the local countryside
As well as being on the doorstep of the stunning South Downs, Burgess Hill has its own local nature reserves and beauty spots including the Mill Pond - complete with woodland walks and waterfall - and Bedelands Nature Reserve, where you'll find an array of flora and fauna in the meadows. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Burgess Hill? Travelodge Hickstead is just off the A23, approximately 10 miles north of Brighton.