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Random Hall is a country house hotel in Slinfold, West Sussex.  Hotels and B&B's in West Sussex are ideal for country walks and weekend breaks. Golfing breaks and golfing holidays in West Sussex are very popular with a number of golf courses in West Sussex such as  Slinfold Park Golf & Country Club, Cranleigh Golf & Country Club, Wildwood Golf & Country Club, Rookwood Golf Club website and many more. Cheap golfing breaks in West Sussex are available on full board or bed and breakfast basis. Random Hall has one of the best restaurants in Horsham, or restaurants in West Sussex. Random Hall is an ideal venue for weddings and is your perfect wedding venue. Country house wedding venues in West Sussex, Random Hall country house wedding venue is available for bookings all year around. Conference venues in West Sussex, or conference venues in Horsham, Random Hall offers business meeting facilities as well as business lunches.

Stane Street, Slinfold, Nr Horsham, West Sussex , England, RH13 0QX

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Random Hall is a trading name of Nigel Evans Hotels & Restaurants Ltd, a company registered in

England and Wales with Company Number 1203791.The registered office is: 5 St Johns Lane, London, EC1M 4BH, United Kingdom.

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Dinner,

Monday to Friday

Single Room only £95.00 including £20.00 food allowance for 2 course dinner.

Twin / Double Room £135.00 including £20.00 per person food allowance for 2 course dinner.

Four Poster Room £145.00 including £20.00 per person food allowance for 2 course dinner.

Direct bookings only. Call us on 01403 790 558.

Restaurant is closed Sunday evening.

Bed & Breakfast

Our Flagstones Restaurant is open to residents and non-residents, offering classic English Cuisine. Book your table, relax by our log fire, choose from our menu and enjoy a delicious meal with your family, friends and colleagues.

Call 01403 790558 to book your table.

Please note that we only open for lunch with pre-booked groups of 8+. Restaurant is closed Sunday evening.


Flagstones

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Want to celebrate with family and friends?

Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthday Parties, Christenings, Hen Parties and any other special occasion.

Enjoy a private dining room from 8 – 80 guests.

Call 01403 790558 to discuss, we can then personalise your party to suit your menu and budget requirements.


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Restaurant is closed Sunday evening.

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