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Telscombe Manor Open Garden 6th/7th May 2pm-5pm

Telscombe Manor in Telscombe Village is opening up it's gardens to the public on 6th-7th May 2pm-5pm. A Grade II listed manor house (not open) and separately listed C18 barn set in a 2 acre garden in the South Downs National Park.

Includes a series of garden rooms and herbaceous borders structured by hedges and flint walls. Wildflower meadow, roses, tree peony, acers, water feature, pond, Tudor sundial, vegetable garden. Stunning views, framed by garden features of the Downs landscape.

The grounds of the Gardener's Cottage are also open with pond and herbaceous borders. The property was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1960 and was subsequently used as judges lodgings for judges on circuit for a number of yrs.

Wheelchair access is possible to most of the garden, but there are slopes and uneven paving/cobbles.

For this open day you can pre-book your tickets in advance, but it is not essential. Click on the link on the bottom of the page or you can just turn up and pay on the day.


Home-made teas in Telscombe Village Hall. Refreshments in aid of Family Support Work.


Adult: £7.00

Child: Free

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Telscombe Manor



East Sussex


Off C7 Lewes-Newhaven road (no access from A259 coast road). Turn S into Gorham's Ln between Rodmell & Southease & follow single track road (with passing places) for 1½m.

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