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Blue Cedar Lodge
44 Pondtail Road
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Sussex Woodstove Services at 44 Pondtail Road, Horsham, RH12 5HR
OPENS MOST MONDAYS to SATURDAYS 9am- 1pm & by appointment
Please phone / text 07771 701122 on weekdays before visiting.
We service all stoves -
Bernard Davis & Co, Poacher, Majestic, Inglenook, Cottager, Forager, Forestman, Balmoral, Supreme, Yeoman, Exmoor, Exe, Devon, County, CL3, CL5, CL8, Villager, Puffin, Chelsea, Kensal, Firebelly, Pevex, Neria, Bohemia, Cube, Stovax, Stockton, Jotul, Antique stoves, Obsolete stoves, etc
Key Areas where our Wood burning stoves have been supplied / installed:
Horsham, Billingshurst, Southwater, Henfield, Crawley, Cranleigh, Storrington, East Grinstead, Guildford, Haywards Heath,
Reigate, Reigate, Redhill, Horley, Worthing, Arundel, Brighton, Lewes, Hove, Hurstpierpoint, Petworth, Midhurst, Littlehampton, Chichester, Dorking, Croydon, Lewes, Bognor
Regis, Farnham, Twickenham, Richmond, Dartford,Wokingham, Camberley, Horley, Coulsdon, Heathfield, Woking, Southampton, Tunbridge Wells, Toubridge.
I am easy to find - the best route is via A24 Horsham
bypass at ROBIN HOOD roundabout.
M23 Junction 11 or Crawley - take A264: At 'Moorhead' roundabout
(8 miles), Right (A24) onto carriageway: 'Robin Hood' is 3rd roundabout.
Billingshurst A264/Guildford A281: at 'Farthings Hill'
roundabout, 2nd exit Dorking/London (A24) 'Robin Hood' is 1st
M25 Leatherhead Junction 9 : take A24 to Horsham: At 'Great
Daux' roundabout, turn Right (A24) and 'Robin Hood' is 1st roundabout.
Worthing A24: At 'Hop Oast' roundabout, turn Left (A24)
to Dorking/London, under two bridges and 'Robin Hood' is the 1st
At ROBIN HOOD roundabout, take B2237 Warnham Road south towards
Horsham for ½ mile, then turn 1st Left into Pondtail Road. After
½ mile go under a narrow railway bridge, then after another 100
yards, see the "Rising Sun" (great lunches!) on your left. Twin
black gates opposite the pub are my entrance. The enormous Blue
Cedar is obvious as you enter the driveway.
Please park considerately ONLY on the gravel
areas leaving the driveways and the road clear.