Garden's and National Trust

Sheffield Park Gardens


National Trust Garden - The gardens are stunning especially in Autumn. There are waterfalls, lakes and so much variety in plant life to make it a lovely stroll. The shop is also well worth a visit, and the tea rooms are independant of the N. Trust

It is easy walking distance 15 - 20 min.

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Wakehurst Place

Wakehurst Place

Over 300 acres of stunning displays. Boasts the worlds biggest wild seed bank. Four very different landscapes dependant on the seasons. There are free tours by guides subject to availability. Cafe, coffee shop and restaurant, picnics allowed anywhere in the gardens. Large plant centre to buy seeds or plants.    

15 Minute drive from Wapsbourne on way to Haywards Heath via Danehill.




Standen, house and Gardens

"A fun place for all the family and a must for any art lover, Standen rewards visitors with a great day out" - N. Trust. Amazing views from the gardens over Sussex countryside. Woodland and country walks with family activity packs and childrens quizzes. Located 2miles south of East Grinstead. 20min drive from Wapsbourne.


Oak Avenue at NymansNymans Gardens


Outstanding 20th Century garden, set around a romantic house and ruins, in woodlands. A rare plant collection for diversity. Nymans is one of the leading 'Green' gardens in the National Trust, actively engaging its visitors with its methods of sustainable gardening. There are family activities, horticultural workshops and summer theatre. Located south of Crawley in Handcross, 30min drive from our farm.







Groombridge Place Gardens

View across the Moat

Groombridge Place has been the inspiration for many books and the setting of many films and television programmes. The variety is astonishing as there are more than 6 seperate gardens all made in a different style and with different beauties. Located in Groombridge village 4miles SW of Tunbridge Wells.



 Wilderness Wood

Wilderness Wood

If you like trees and woodland, you'll love it here. Friendly family run woodland park in the beautiful Sussex High Weald. Learn about growing trees and using wood, buy furniture made there, or simply relax with lunch in the beautiful forest. Great for woodland picnics, bluebell walks or light lunches. Guided walks, demonstrations, children's activities. Located in Hadlow Down, Near uckfield - 10min drive from us.