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National Trust - Alfriston Clergy House, Alfriston

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  • I recommend this to anyone that wants a short interesting visit to a piece of English History. The house is superb and the gardens. You will only need an hour at most. Plenty of time for tea and cakes...  more »
  • What was once two cottages last occupied by a real woman with character. This shows how basic the living conditions were back in the mid 1300s, folk couldn't survive with that today. A lovely thatched...  more »
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  • My husband and I visited Alfriston Clergy house on Sunday 1st May. You could really feel the 'history' of this place, especially upstairs in the little bedroom. I took some photos of the interior. One photo came out, out of focus and I could see an unidentifiable object on the bed and at the foot of the bed. When I zoomed in it looked like something from outer space, I can't describe it. I did feel very cold in that particular room. Beautiful gardens too. Alfriston village was not built with 21 Century traffic in mind. We had a lovely cream tea at The Singing Kettle in the village. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
  • Attractive Wealden house with quaint English garden. Not very big so unlikely to need more than 1.5 hours. At £12 per adult non-NT members its pricey and not really good value. Theres a small gift shop and cafe too. NT volunteers are pleasant and informative too!
  • Fascinating historical monument set in a beautiful little village. Access was quite hard with a pushchair but we managed it! No facilities onsite. Lot's of local pubs for loos/food etc.
  • Surprisingly hard to find if you approach from the North but we'll worth it. This is the first property acquired by The National Trust and one of the more modest but full of interest and beauty none the less The South car park is the best. But from the North walk down the high street and follow a small brown sign pointing down an allley on the left just after a pub. Cross the green and it is hidden to the right of the church
  • It's a rare example of a Wealden hall house and the first National Trust property making it a significant building in Sussex/South Downs heritage