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If you would like to speak to one of our designers regarding your kitchen or if you would like to see examples of our cabinets at our workshop please feel free to call us on:

01273 49 42 46

alternatively please email:sales@simonbenjamin.co.uk

We are always happy to have a relaxed and informal chat about your kitchen project without the pressure sometimes associated with kitchen sales. We understand that everybody has different needs and will do our very best to give you clear information about what we offer.

We take a lot of pride in our work through-out each and every stage and would be delighted to show you our excellent attention-to-detail by way of a no-obligation design and quotation.

Whilst we do our best to provide ball-park figures for our kitchens on initial inquiry, because of the nature of any bespoke product with it's many options, we ask that potential clients have a look at our options page first, measure the intended kitchen space and compile a short wish-list of the type of cabinets and accessories required.

We would love to take the opportunity to show you some of our cabinets in the showroom area at our workshop in West Sussex. There are plenty of lovely things to see near-by so please feel free to make a day of it. We welcome weekend visits by appointment.


Directions from London & M25

Please follow signs to M25 South and continue in the direction of Gatwick Airport M23. Once on the M23 continue to A23 and take the turn off to B2118 Henfield/Albourne. Continue through Albourne and the traffic lights until you reach a T junction. Take a right towards Henfield and a mile or so later take another right on to the A281. Follow the road for around 3 miles. You will have arrived in Henfield when you come to a mini roundabout with a BP garage straight ahead of you. Take a left here and then first right. Follow Neptown Road around a few twists and turn until you reach the junction of Lower Station and Station road on your right. We are on your left at this junction.

Directions from Brighton & M27

Please follow signs to A23 and continue in the direction of Gatwick Airport/London M23. Take the turn off for Henfield A218 and follow the road until you reach the mini-roundabout. Take the 3rd exit onto A218 Henfield and follow the road for around 3 miles. You will have arrived in Henfield when you come to a mini roundabout with a BP garage straight ahead. Take a left here and then first right. Follow Neptown Road around a few twists and turn until you reach the junction of Lower Station and Station road on your right. We are on your left at this junction.


Some of Our Favorite Places to See & Eat (in order of distance)

downslink The Downs Link - Walks along the river Adur

With direct access from the Mill, the Downs Link follows a disused railway line south to Shoreham and north all the way to Guildford! Since the trains departed in the 1960s the embankments and cuttings have become a green corridor for wildlife and people. The route connects a variety of habitats, passing banks of wildflowers, trees, hedges, woodlands, rivers, ponds and streams.


The White Hart Pub - Good pub food in the village

There's better options nearby if the weathers good and you want to be outside, otherwise the food is good and the staff are friendly. Free Parking around the back.

The White Hart
High Street

01273 492006


Woods Mill Nature Reserve - Sussex Wildlife Trust

Woods Mill is the headquarters of Sussex Wildlife Trust and an environmental education centre. The nature reserve provides a peaceful setting, comprising coppice woodland, meadows and a large reed-fringed pond.

Woods Mill
Shoreham Rd

01273 492630


The Ginger Fox - Award winning food

If you've read the Good Food Guide you may have come across the Ginger group of restaurants. The Ginger Man, Dog and Pig are in Brighton and Hove with the Fox in it's relevant place out in the sticks.

The Ginger Fox
Muddleswood Road
West Sussex

01273 857888

  chanctonbury   Chanctonbury Ring - A very worthwhile hill climb

You can spot Chanctonbury Ring from our place. Just a short drive away and a steep but rewarding woodland climb takes you to a wonderful panoramic view over Sussex. The ancient woods have dramatic tree roots and winding pathways buzzing with nature.

Chanctonbury Ring was originally a small hill fort looking across the weald to the north. Pottery found and carbon dating on an animal bone suggest the fort was built in the early Iron Age, in the 6th to 5th centuries BC, but some Bronze Age pottery has also been found on the site.

  royaloak   The Royal Oak Poynings - Very popular in the summer

This excellent pub offers great food and BBQ's in the summer months. Very popular with families in the summer due to the impressive gardens and children's play area.

Royal Oak
The Street
BN45 7AQ

01273 857389
    Devils Dyke - A Stunning Vista

Devil’s Dyke, just five miles north of Brighton, offers stunning panoramas, a record breaking valley, a curious history and England’s most colourful habitat. At nearly a mile long, the Dyke valley is the longest, deepest and widest 'dry valley' in the UK. Legend has it that the Devil dug this chasm to drown the parishioners of the Weald. On the other hand, scientists believe it was formed naturally just over 10,000 years ago in the last ice age

  shepherd   Shepherd & Dog Fulking - A great location

Nestled in the foot of the Downs, the Shepherd and Dog has got to be one of the nicest situated pubs in Sussex. With dramatic Devils Dyke above you, it's the perfect spot to enjoy a Sussex ale or hearty food particularly if you've braved the walk from it's garden that takes you up a very steep hill!

Shepherd & Dog
The Street,

01273 857382
  laines   The Laines and Brighton & Hove

Brighton, known best for it's diversity, has something for everyone. Whether it's shopping, site-seeing or food you're after, Brighton and Hove have it covered! There is of course miles of beach for those sunny days but beware of the crowds! Try the Brighton Pavilion for the most incredible interiors or The Laines for antique and vintage furniture.

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