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Alfriston Clergy House

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Alfriston Clergy House The Tye, Alfriston BN26 5TL, England
+44 1323 871961
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Lovely Little House

This was the first house purchased by the National Trust. Limited parking along the green... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Stephen T
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Bournemouth, United Kingdom
heaven and thank you National trust

wonderful old house and a devine garden. Charming shop and excellent plants for sale set in an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
28hannah2017
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London, United Kingdom
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  • Average7%
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Alfriston Clergy House The Tye, Alfriston BN26 5TL, England
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Reviewed yesterday

This was the first house purchased by the National Trust. Limited parking along the green otherwise there is a small free car park in the village. This was also full when we went so had to park in the larger pay and display car park...More

Thank Stephen T
Reviewed 1 week ago

wonderful old house and a devine garden. Charming shop and excellent plants for sale set in an idyllic setting.

Thank 28hannah2017
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Great informative and friendly welcoming staff. Many thanks for helping to keep these buildings available to future generations. Keith solemoves.com

Thank Keith D
Reviewed 21 May 2017

found this a really interesting visit, managed to time it with a talk from the gardener who was knowledgeable and interesting. The volunteer in the small house was likewise. parking is a short walk away and the whole area is interesting and attractive, choice of...More

Thank dolphin20002002
Reviewed 18 May 2017

A lovely thatched 14th century hall house, the first property acquired by the National Trust in 1896. A small garden and the house is not very large, so your visit will probably only take about half an hour, but it is well worth the effort....More

Thank Colin B
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

This house is where the National Trust began. It is small but historically interesting and also has a small but interesting garden including a Judas tree. Well worth a visit but you won't need more than half an hour.

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Very small but sweet and interesting property. Situated in the lovely Alfriston village. First of all National Trust properties. Beautiful garden.

Thank TOVHAN
Reviewed 17 April 2017

This is a small property - we were there no more than an hour. A good place to visit and learn a bit more history. It is amazing how the NT restores these buildings for all to enjoy. As always the staff were friendly and...More

Thank Graham M
Reviewed 9 April 2017

I recommend this to anyone that wants a short interesting visit to a piece of English History. The house is superb and the gardens. You will only need an hour at most. Plenty of time for tea and cakes in the village. Considering this was...More

Thank Mike P
Reviewed 7 April 2017

What was once two cottages last occupied by a real woman with character. This shows how basic the living conditions were back in the mid 1300s, folk couldn't survive with that today. A lovely thatched cottage with rooms simply furnished as they would have been....More

Thank Howie30
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