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Nymans, Haywards Heath

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  • What a delight to see the gardens looking so colourful this autumn. The trees have yet to develop their autumn tints but the borders look wonderful especially the grasses. 
  • These extensive gardens have wonderful borders, wonderful views and trees to shelter under, admire and enjoy. You can spend all day here and never see the same area twice. It is a place to simply be. ...  read more »
  • wellKnown for its long & beautiful herbecous border there are many fine walks to be had in the gardens. An interesting ruin can also be visited, and the tea cafe can be recommended as 
  • Lovely gardens with regular events for children and pleasant trails. Cafe is above average with good mains, kids options and vegetarian catering. Be aware access to the house is limited by timed ticket. Small charity bookshop in the grounds worth dropping by. Well worth a visit.
  • An amazingly beautiful garden with all the plants that you can imagine. Also there is a house which is a partial ruin but still charming. More fit for elderly or without kids because ball games are banned to keep the garden intact. We went with a baby so it was perfect.
  • We went to Nymans for the 'head' gardener talk and it was very interesting. Gave myself an idea of what to expect from Nymans for the upcoming year. It showed me it is a lovely place for a walk and to enjoy nature. I shall definately be returning late May, early June to see the garden at one of it's heights and maybe before then for an interesting sounding woodland walk. I would definately recommend one of the tours, as they really help to bring the garden to life and explain why each plant and tree is special.
  • Beautiful location to visit at any time of year. Stunning part-ruined house with formal gardens offering lovely views of the Sussex Weald which are ideal for gentle strolling around, or for the more energetic the estate also extends the into surrounding countryside for lengthy woodland trails. Usual high quality N.T. cafe and gift shop, plus a good selection of plants and gardens accessories for sale too. There are also books and original art for sale in large sheds within the gardens. Highly recommended!
  • Interesting garden with a backdrop of the ruins of the house. Worth checking whether there is an exhibition on. The house hasn't got an awful lot to see. Enjoyed the afternoon here, good coffee and ice cream.
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