The Hickstead

Address: Jobs Lane, Hickstead, West Sussex, England, RH17 5NZ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Jobs Lane, Hickstead, is near Ditchling Beacon, Borde Hill Garden, The Treatment Rooms, and Washbrooks Family Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Hickstead

    Tips To Look for a good Security Guards London.

    A travel blog entry by cctvman75 on Mar 03, 2015

    When people are attempting to protect their property they will frequently go to any means necessary. The problem is not every one of those means are going to be legal or ethical at times. However, in some cases people will be so dedicated to defending their home they're going to use some methods to assist them in looking for the best security guards London to assist them out in guarding the property. Without these ideas, people could employ the service of the primary security ...

    Going home

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jan 09, 2015


    ... repairer is in Ipswich!!!!! So I was advised either to do the 300 mile round trip and take the van and the Sat Nav to East Anglia, or to remove the unit and post it to them. I only have 10 working days left before my ferry sails so I was nervous about posting it and I couldn't see how to get the fitted Sat Nav out of the van. So I was facing a long drive, however eventually I found a delightful man in Hove who took it out for me (using special tools) and he has couriered the unit ...

    Map-less in London

    A travel blog entry by wandergirl21 on Nov 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Trafalgar Square, a beautiful place. I stopped into some souvenir shops to get some goodies. By this time it had gotten dark and the city had started lighting up. I could see Big Ben all the way down the street from Trafalgar Square, so I followed it. I managed to arrive at the Palace of Westminster just before 5:00pm to hear the clock chime. This area was FULL of tourists, I felt among my people. I crossed over the river and headed over ...

    Revived and loved in London

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Oct 04, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... the lovely Kate and her very large bump, some 8 months into her pregnancy (�� exciting time ahead), it was home to zzzzzzzzzzz....and I barely remember my head hitting the pillow. The next morning I awoke to the realisation that the time had finally arrived for Sal and I to spend time together, for the first time in literally years. Its a sad truth you know, that distance steals the ability to share time, and limits life experiences with loved ones. ...

    A Magical Family History Tour

    A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and close to St. Mary's. The two youngest daughters, twins Charlotte and Frances, were baptized at St. Mary's, and on January 20, 1945, Charlotte married Frank Ernst, a handsome soldier just back from defending Great Britain in the Middle East. Charlotte and Frank were my parents. Although we lived in another part of London (Stockwell), St. Mary's remained Mom and Dad's church, and I was baptized there in 1947. On this ...