Posted on 7th June 2017
This month sees a new business open on the Burgess Hill Business Park – HOME Coffee House has opened its doors.
Located within The King’s Centre building (the bright blue one!), this new Coffee House, with its mix of contemporary and industrial décor gives a warm and welcoming place on the business park to come and enjoy a quality, artisan coffee and grab a bite to eat.
From Americanos to cappuccinos, lattes to espressos the quality coffee is from a quality ethical single-estate source. On the menu are also a range of pastries, delicious cakes sourced from a small, local family bakery and fresh sandwiches made on site.
HOME manager Sam Marson said: “Whether it’s for a pre-work coffee and one of our delicious pastries, a freshly made lunchtime sandwich, a business meeting or just to have a break in your day, our team is looking forward to welcoming the business park community to HOME.”
HOME Coffee House is open 8.30-4.30 Monday to Friday at 33-35 Victoria Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9LR.
Follow us on our Facebook page to hear about menu specials and other news: www.facebook.com/HOMECoffeeHouse and pop in today for a delicious coffee, a warm welcome and remember to pick up your loyalty card.
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