Haywards Heath

Welcome to Haywards Heath

What’s it like to live in Haywards Heath? Read our Haywards Heath area guide to find out more.

Well, Haywards Heath, perfect for family life, has the glorious West Sussex countryside just on its doorstep and is still ideal for commuting to London and Brighton, offering the ideal juxtaposition between rural and urban living. 

Haywards Heath is a thriving community with excellent schooling, the acclaimed Princess Royal Hospital, a busy social scene and leisure activities ranging from famous name concerts to cricket and golf clubs. 

Haywards Heath’s positioning on the edge of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty means that country walks in rolling hills are also just a stone’s throw away.

For more information about Haywards Heath contact our agent Jonathan Crawford Jones or for the Visit Haywards Heath Area Guide’ website click here.


London can be reached within two hours by car via the A23 and M25. Brighton is about half-an-hour down the A272 and A23. Chichester is just over an hour away, and Gatwick airport is only 30 minutes up the road. The town’s railway station forms part of the Brighton mainline and is served by regular direct trains to London Victoria and London Blackfriars, getting you to the capital within an hour. Trains to Brighton are only 20 minutes and run throughout the day.

Things to do

According to Trip Advisor the top attractions to visit in Haywards Heath are:
  • Nymans Gardens and House
  • Ouse Valley Viaduct
  • Borde Hill Garden
  • Wakehurst
  • Beech Hurst Park Miniature Railway
Find out more here.

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