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Midhurst today is a thriving country market town – it’s a role the town has filled for many centuries. You’ll find evidence of that all around you in a delightful mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture as well as signs of the town’s historical social and political significance.
Discover events from around the area… everything from days out at the races and folk music festivals through to world-class polo championships, street parties and food festivals!
Midhurst nestles at the centre of the South Downs National Park and makes the perfect base to get out and explore this beautiful landscape: unique heathland with wide horizons, rare birds, open chalkland and wild flowers galore.
Discover a whole host of ways to enjoy the great outdoors of the South Downs National Park! Or, if the British weather does its worst, why not try some of the wide range of indoor activities available in the area – everything from climbing walls to luxurious spas…
Enjoy stunning riverside walks and elegant English parkland views, cycle through glorious countryside, take a turning off the main roads and discover beautiful Sussex villages or head to Petworth and Arundel to find antiques, culture, castles and stately homes. The maps you might need are all here too!
Visitors are spoiled for choice in Midhurst – just take a stroll along West Street, Red Lion Street, Church Hill, Knockhundred Row and North Street and you’ll discover a wealth of independent retailers; great quality, fantastic diversity and establishments that will exceed your expectations at every turn.
There’s an amazing array of places to eat in and around Midhurst. No matter whether you’re after low-key and informal or something rather smarter, you’re sure to find somewhere that fits the bill.
Midhurst may have played host to Kings, Queens and A-list celebrities but there’s accommodation in and around town to suit budgets large and small. Choose from old coaching inns, studio apartments and boutique hotels or country pubs, rural B&Bs and plentiful self-catering accommodation.
The National Trust cares for over 15,000 acres of the South Downs. You’ll find not only Georgian mansions and stunning gardens but also Sussex downland habitats and some of the finest English parkland landscapes in the country.