The Springfields Hotel in Horsham is the newest of places to stay in Horsham which offers great value.
Now you can stay in an award winning, stylish, modern, well appointed,
clean, comfortable, cosy and convenient guest accommodation in Horsham and be looked after by Lyn Williams and her friendly team.
With the benefit of on site parking for your car.
The Springfields Hotel as it stands today was built over two different periods, The original, lower, part of the building dates from 1939, and was built using the reclaimed bricks from the old 'Michelle Arms' (built in 1901). This pub, which stood immediately in front of the where the Malt Shovel is today, was demolished in 1938 when Springfield Road was widened.
The older part of the hotel was originally used as a furniture store for an antiques business, but has recently been extended to form an 11 double bedroom hotel with en suite facilities.
Each room has been individually decorated. All rooms are en-suite with the benefit of a flat screen television and a broadband internet connection.
A delicious and hearty breakfast, freshly cooked to order and from a varied menu is served in the dining room between 7-9am. Earlier breakfasts and special diets are available by special arrangement.
The hotel is conveniently situated within walking distance of the Horsham town centre and is next door to the popular Malt Shovel pub which boasts the largest selection of real ales for miles.
Springfields Hotel has four room configurations. Room prices are set at the rates per night e.g. Double = £90 per night..
• Twin / Super King £110
• Disabled room with King size bed £100
• King size £100
• Double £90
Springfields Hotel accepts American Express, Visa, Delta, Switch, Maestro and Mastercard.
Places to visit include the South Downs, Newtimber Place, Goodwood House, Cowdray Park and House, Cissbury Ring, Chichester Cross, Borde Hill Gardens, Arundel Castle, Beach House Park, Leonardslee Gardens, Parham House and Gardens, Nutbourne Manor Vineyard, Horsham Museum, Amberley Working Museum, Warnham Nature Reserve, Owlbeech and Leechpool Woods and Southwater Country Park to name but a few.