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Nymans, Haywards Heath

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Reviews
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  • Pretty gardens, spacious areas and stunning views of the Downs. The food was pretty standard NT fair. The volunteers as always are keen to share their knowledge and passion of the building. A delightf...  more »
  • We were passing and spotted the brown sign so thought we would stop in. It was already 3pm (closes at 5) but we were willing to pay the entrance (nearly £30 for 2). Last entry to the house is 3.00 and...  more »
  • There are some very pleasant walks around the grounds and the rose garden is very pretty with a large variety of roses. Interesting wood carvings in the trees. The house rooms on show are small in com...  more »
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  • If you are in Sussex, go and get lost in these beautiful gardens. In autumn and spring they are at their best, with flowers of all colours and scents of all sort. The house, partially damaged by a fire in the twenties, deserves a visit. A wonderful place to spend few hours in peace.
  • There are some lovely walks around the grounds that give glimpses of vistas and views across the Weald. There are some interesting and unusual plants to learn about too. The ruined house does give a very real romantic atmosphere to the grounds. A great favourite for friends and family of all ages to visit.
  • Beautiful setting for a lazy Sunday wander in September. They had the ruins opened to the public. Hard hats were provided and there were even two elderly fellows present who were evacuees in the war and actually stayed here during the blitz. They were sharing their experiences with the public. The Woodlands walk is a must, So peaceful and the wood carvings are treat.Frog,kingfisher,two Owls and plenty of tree trunk seats. There is even a fallen sweet chestnut that has been completely covered in gold leaf but you could easily miss it.
  • Lovely place to walk around. If you go during the summer months you will see an amazing range of beautiful flowers. It can get busy on the weekends and bank holidays, however when it is like this they have parking attendants to make things easier.
  • Love it. Beautiful gardens lovely views. We take the baby in a buggy and a picnic doesn't fail to entertain us all with a relaxing day.