Henfield is one of the largest village communities in the Horsham district. It hosts many unique shops, old inns and public houses on the high street with a wide attractive common and many historical and quirky houses. A network of twittens and character streets criss-cross the village allowing for interesting walks and exploring the village and wider countryside. The history of the village dates back to 770AD. It is home to one of the oldest cricket clubs in the world and the oldest Scout group in the country. The church of St Peters dates back to the 13th century.
One of the most famous attractions in the village is the Cat House. Although a private residence, the Cat House is a unique and quirky thatched property with an unusual tale to tell. Familiarise yourself with this intriguing story that lives on and on.