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St. Mary's House & Gardens

Bramber BN44 3WE, England
+44 1903 816205
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Afternoon at St Mary's

A local attraction to us, but one we had never visited. Not cheap for the entrance fee, but... read more

Reviewed yesterday
AlexH0lmes
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Steyning, United Kingdom
via mobile
What a find!

Excellent , beautiful house and garden. Volunteer staff very helpful. I took my elderly Mum and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
momcatt
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Eastbourne, United Kingdom
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“music room” (9 reviews)
“tea room” (10 reviews)
“cakes” (7 reviews)
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Bramber BN44 3WE, England
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+44 1903 816205
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A local attraction to us, but one we had never visited. Not cheap for the entrance fee, but necessary to keep the building and grounds in good order. A veritable army of older ladies on hand to provide history and information about the rooms and...More

Thank AlexH0lmes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent , beautiful house and garden. Volunteer staff very helpful. I took my elderly Mum and everyone went out of their way to help her access the house. The garden is stunning. We really enjoyed the St Mary's tea!

Thank momcatt
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a very special 15th Century House in a beautiful Sussex village. The personal collections of the owner are a rather odd contrast to the house interior, and the volunteers are rather intrusive and clearly not used to people being happy just to stand...More

Thank CathyGilman
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A beautiful place - the history of the old house is fascinating and one can feel the love and care the owners have put into the preservation. A delightful garden and lovely tearoom. Been there several times, always enjoyed it.

Thank Sybille U
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Absolutely fascinating on many levels. Both the building itself and the well-chosen contents are extremely interesting.

1  Thank janet p
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Lovely house and garden with masses to see. Volunteers seemed to know their stuff and it all felt very homely and friendly. To make it even more attractive they have gorgeous home-made cakes, scones etc in the tea room. They do have a small car...More

Thank SGrant
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

A beautiful original Tudor House still privately owned and lived in with outstanding features and lovely themed gardens. A real gem to discover, hidden away in the pretty village of Bramber. At treasure trove within as well as the owners are vivid collectors and conservators...More

Thank Susanne W
Reviewed 23 September 2016

Words cannot describe this small gem. This ancient Tudor house will reveal something unforgettable. A lovely garden from fairy tales. Inside it is one of the most beautiful places I've ever visited in England, indeed. I highly recommend a visit: as soon as you will...More

Thank Francesca R
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Lovely old Tudor home & garden that is well-worth a visit. We spent a wonderful, sunny afternoon wandering in the various garden "rooms" and enjoying this incredible Tudor house. Highly recommended.

Thank Iggiesr4me
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Arrived at 2pm and suddenly it was 4.30pm. This is another gem found on the HHA app. The mix of an old house dating to the mid-1400s, a varied collection of sometimes eccentric objects and furniture, the extensive and varied gardens, a restored greenhouse, a...More

1  Thank john592
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