Hassocks is a large village in West Sussex, seven miles north of Brighton. Situated on the edge of the South Downs, it's a great base for exploring and is particularly popular with cyclists and walkers. Book a getaway at a bed and breakfast in Hassocks and enjoy a relaxing break.
If you're interested in learning more about life in the area, head to the South Downs Heritage Centre. View original Saxon paintings in the Church of St John the Baptist in nearby Clayton, where you can also pay a visit to the Jill Windmill, a 19th Century corn windmill. For family friendly fun, Washbrooks Family Farm is just a 25 minute walk from Hassocks Station. This makes a great family day out from your Hassocks b and b, with children's indoor and outdoor play areas and lots of farm animals. For some city fun, drive into Brighton for the day adn explore the pier or spend some time on the beach.
Use your B&B in Hassocks as a base to explore the nearby Stoneywish Nature Reserve. Set in the heart of the beautiful Sussex countryside, this working farm has developed into meadows, wetlands and woodlands which are brimming with wildlife. For easy access to walks close to your B&B Hassocks is perfect. There are five dfferent circular walks that start and finish in the town. Or why not hire mountain bikes in the village and head out to explore the South Downs from the comfort of two wheels.
If you're a keen golfer seeking a South Downs bed and breakfast Hassocks is a good option. There is a lovely course at Hassocks Golf Club, where you can also enjoy a post-game drink and watch the sunset. Ridgeview Wine Estate is open for tasting nearby, so book a tour and you can try and buy some local wine. Whatever you do during your time in Hassocks, it offers ample opportunities to relax and escape everyday life for a while. If you're in need of some rest and relaxation, book a guesthouse and plan a peaceful weekend away in West Sussex.