Last updated on 21 January 11
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Charleston Farmhouse Garden

  3.5/5 (2 ratings)

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A sussex farmhouse with a twentieth century garden. After being aquired by Virginia Woolf's sister in 1916, the house and garden became a meeting place for the Bloomsbury set. Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, the garden shows originality in its mosaic paving, sculpture and planting. It is a refreshing change from the National Trust manner of garden care. Sir Peter Shepheard helped with the garden restoration.
Address - nr Firle, East Sussex, England, BN8 6LL
Opening times - End March to end October. Wednesday to Saturday and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Website - Visit the Charleston Farmhouse Garden website

Designers and Influences

This garden has been designed and influenced by Peter Shepheard

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Reviews and Comments

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  • over 3 years ago Emma said

    Just beautiful place to visit- regardless of the time of the season. There's always something springing up. Small garden yes, but it was only a farmhouse (and still is!).

    (5.0/5)
  • almost 5 years ago Pete said

    Unless you are a fan of 20th century art (I hated it) forget the house.

    the garden is a small walled cottage style with a large pond.

    Nice cafe, the Robins will pose on your tea pot and nab the cheese out of your Ham & Cheese sandwich! I have the photos as proof!

    (2.0/5)

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