Butlers Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
16th Century Farmhouse set in 5 Acres of idyllic Sussex countryside
Bed and Breakfast viewing the Beautiful Yellow Book (NGS) Garden
Situated in Herstmonceux (near Hailsham), six miles from England's South Coast
Extensive views of the South Downs
Swimming pool available for use of guests
3 Double bedrooms available
Breakfast in delightful conservatory overlooking garden featured in Sussex Life and Amateur Gardening
Smoke free environment
(No Smoking please!)
Irene and Peter (Gardener and Musician) welcome you to their lovely home which was featured on 4 in a Bed (Channel 4 TV) in 2010/2011.
The following is an article from an NGS publicity leaflet
'Opening under the world-famous National Gardens Scheme is Butlers Farmhouse, Herstmonceux. Specially recommended for those who love something out of the ordinary! Irene Eltringham-Willson dreamt up this garden and this imaginative way of making money for the NGS. Who else could have come up with a Poison Garden, a Rainbow Bed, the most glamorous compost heap in Sussex, a pond with dribbling frogs and a Cornish inspired beach corner? More conventionally, she’s built a new pergola and is continuing to restore the garden to its former glory, based on old photographs she’s found in local archives. And pretty good it looks too! All proceeds go to the National gardens Scheme, which has been opening fine gardens to the public to raise money for charity for 80 years. All gardens open under the scheme can be found in the NGS Yellow Book (available from good bookshops) or online'.
Butlers Farmhouse, Butlers Lane
From the centre of Herstmonceux village
Take the road (A271) towards Bexhill
Having left the village take the first turn on the right, signed Herstmonceux Church (Church Road). Go down Church Road for half a mile then take a right turn at Butlers Lane (Opposite Flowers Green Plants)
Butlers Farmhouse will be found a quarter of a mile down Butlers Lane 300 yards after a sharp left hand turn.
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This page was last updated: 06 September 2011