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National Trust - Alfriston Clergy House, Alfriston

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  • wonderful old house and a devine garden. Charming shop and excellent plants for sale set in an idyllic setting.  more »
  • Great informative and friendly welcoming staff. Many thanks for helping to keep these buildings available to future generations. Keith  more »
  • found this a really interesting visit, managed to time it with a talk from the gardener who was knowledgeable and interesting. The volunteer in the small house was likewise. parking is a short walk aw...  more »
  • 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.
  • First house to be saved by National Trust. Tiny Wealden hall set in lovely cottage garden on banks of river
  • Wonderfully restored building