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Gardens in or near Brightling

Brightling in East Sussex lies on the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, with stunning views in all directions. Agriculture is the main industry in the area. Mad Jack Fulller whom was an MP for Sussex in the 1700's built many follies nearby and his mausoleum he built called The Pyramid stands in the churchyard near to his house Rose Hill. Gardens in or near Brightling Pashley Manor Gardens and Scotney Castle are listed below.
5 Results In Or Near Brightling
5.2 miles from the centre of Brightling
Discover 11 acres of beautiful vistas - the culmination of a lifetime of passion for gardening. Special Events; Tulip Festival; Café with Terrace; Sculpture.
9.0 miles from the centre of Brightling
Scotney offers a 14th century castle, complete with a moat, along with a charming country house and a romantic garden, all surrounded by a stunning woodland estate. Visitors can relax in the gorgeous gardens, with the fairytale castle behind, or stroll out in the 770 acres of parkland and woodland.
2.0 miles from the centre of Brightling
That's She! The Only She! Make an honest woman of her - quick!' was how Rudyard Kipling described Bateman's when he first saw it. Surrounded by the Sussex Weald, this Jacobean house provided a much-needed sanctuary for this world-famous writer. The rooms remain much as he left them, including the study where he wrote many of his major works.
13.0 miles from the centre of Brightling
Explore the beautiful Gardens at Sissinghurst Castle Sissinghurst Castle Garden was developed around the surviving parts of an Elizabethan mansion. With a central red-brick prospect tower - a series of small enclosed compartments, intimate in scale and romantic in atmosphere. Including the renowned and frequently imitated White Garden, hot-coloured cottage garden and lime walk providing outstanding design and colour through the season. The creation of Vita Sackville-West and her husban...
10.6 miles from the centre of Brightling
Explore the gardens of Michelham Priory A turn around the gardens at Michelham Priory is a further education in the history of this beautiful site, such is the care that has been taken to ensure many plantings are authentic and true to a medieval garden. Expect plenty of fruit, vegetables and herbs as these would have been essential daily ingredients for the priory's original inhabitants. The rows of apple and pear trees underplanted with wild daffodils make a dreamy, contemplative sigh...
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