Henfield is a Rural Gem: Full of rural charm and just outside of the South Downs National Park, is the large village of Henfield. Ideal for a country cottage holiday, Henfield with its historical buildings and high end shops has plenty to recommend it.
Hints and Tips on Cottage Holidays in Henfield
The village’s parish church origins go back to the year 770. Nearby, Woods Mill is perfect for families that want to get close to nature on a self-catering break. Its woodland, pond and meadows support lots of wildlife. Sporty activities, such as badminton, squash and tennis can be done at Henfield Leisure Centre, and older children and teenagers might be interested in Henfield Skatepark. Time your break just right if you want to enjoy the Henfield Festival of Gardens and Arts, involving horticulture, arts and crafts.
Henfield’s location is also ideal for families or friends that want to discover the South Downs National Park whilst on a cottage holiday. Many visitors come to the South Downs each year to indulge in cycling, horse riding and walking. Joining the long distance South Downs Way brings an opportunity to enjoy a national trail known for ancient woodland, wildflowers and animals such as deer.
More days out are on offer along the Sussex coastline. The all time favourite seaside town of Brighton is just 12 miles away. A handy tip is to avoid the main roads in summer time as they get clogged up in peak season. Have the best of times on your Henfield holiday.
Book a Henfield cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of West Sussex on holiday.