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Inns in Heathfield

May Garland Inn
Horam
Heathfield
Sussex

TN21 0LJ | View map
http://maygarlandinn.co.uk
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The May Garland Inn in Horam near Heathfield is a traditional family run inn with comfortable modern ensuite bedrooms which offers great Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as serving great local food freshly cooked in our kitchen together with fine wines and great beer. We have loads of outdoor space including an enclosed children's play area and a solid oak veranda.

We seek to make you welcome whatever you need and whatever the season. Please come and stay with us whether just for a drink or a bite or better still for a break in the B&B accommodation so you can get the best of everything we offer. We are located on the A267 the road between Hailsham and Heathfield so we are very easy to find. We have a huge car park so as many as possible are welcome at the May Garland inn in Horam.

We are situated on the edge of the country village of Horam near Heathfield and as well as great walks, fishing, golf, tennis and horseriding right on our doorstep within a short ride there are many great activities and attractions. Using the May Garland Inn accommodation as your Bed and Breakfast base you can explore and enjoy all that the Weald of Sussex has to offer.

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Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: Kingsize room 79 - 89 per night
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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