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Stayed here just for one night. Used to visit my great Auntie here in 1957. Russell, our host was amazing and helped us with our thirst for my family history. The place is clean and homely. Our breakfast was lovely and filling. But the star...More
Response from russell29, Owner at The Old Posthouse
Thank you for your kind words. I also learned a lot out the history of the house and community. Hope to see you again.
Clean room and good breakfast and at £56 for two, very good value. You get your own key with number to the front door so you can come and go as you please.
Breakfast is cooked to order and made with local products.
Traveled up to Horsham from West country to attend party in Horsham. Wanted some where close and easy to get to and from the venue. Picked the Old Posthouse as sounded just right. The booking was done by email last March from the US, Russell...More
Although the Posthouse is on a busy main road, there seems to be very little noise in the rooms at the back, plus you get to look over the delightful garden. The rooms (I have stayed here before) are clean and comfortable, if a little...More
Clean and Comfortable good breakfast and at @ £56 for two, what more do you need.You can come and go as you please. There is a nice pub The Plough with real ale 5 mins walk They also serve food. Kissingate Brewery 20 mins walk.They...More
I wanted to know if there was free parking there and also to see how near it was to Winterpit Lane
19 September 2016|
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Response from Anna S | Reviewed this property |
Has Simon said, there is free parking.Winterpit lane is very long but the end near Kissingate Brewery (which is why we stayed at the Posthouse,there was a beer festival) is about 15 mins walking from the B&B