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Parham House & Gardens, Storrington

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#7 of 21 in Historic Sites in West Sussex
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  • This gem just off the road between Pulborough and Storrington really is well worth a visit. The interior of the house (or rather half of it as the owners live in the other half) is well set out and fa...  more »
  • Parham House and Gardens are one of the real treasures of West Sussex. Not having the publicity of being a National Trust property but privately owned means that it is quite often missed by those expl...  more »
  • Visited Parham House & Gardens using the 2for1 Gardens offer in the gardening magazine. The gardens are sublime, relaxing and a joy to walk around and the house is amazing and a great surprise. The te...  more »
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  • Love the setting and gardens great to visit but latest visit a bit too early as not much in the beds to see! Some sections were being replanted. I look forward to going in a few weeks when more to see. The cafe is really nice for lunch and the garden shop worth a visit.
  • The most beautiful minor stately home in England. It's not so big that it is exhausting, but still very grand and full of treasures, and there is never a crush because it is such a well kept secret. As someone who visited a stately home every weekend with the family through the 1970s when we were all avid supporters of the National Trust etc I have to say that you can keep Wilton and Blenheim and Chatsworth. I prefer Parham. There is a real sense of magic in the air
  • Beautiful gardens and grounds. Views of south downs are stunning. The little church is beautiful. The main house is worth going round it's stunning and the old kitchen. Worth every penny
  • Interesting house and beautiful gardens. Worth visiting at different times of the year to see the change of seasonal planting. Staff friendly and helpful.
  • Lovely place to take a walk in the gardens with the family. Plenty of room for the kids to run around. Staff helpful and friendly