C18 walled garden with cut flowers, vegetables, salads and fruit. Separate orchard and rose garden. Herbaceous borders and hot border. There are two ponds, one with a willow house. Extensive lawns and a C18 barn. A hazel walk is being developed.
Sunday 27 May, Saturday 28 July, Sunday 29 July (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement June to August for groups of 10-16 max. Teas, and wine for early eve visits. Admission £10.00, children free. Tea.
Some of the ground is a little bumpy but everything is accessible without steps.
How to find us
The Beeches, Church Road, Barcombe, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 5TS
From Lewes, A26 towards Uckfield for 3m, turn L signed Barcombe. Follow road for 1½m, turn L signed Hamsey & Church. Follow road for approx ½m & parking on the R in a field.
More about The Beeches
In the beautiful 18th century walled garden a wide range of fruit and vegetables grow, including apples, pears, plums, lettuces, spinach, chard, pak choi, squash and pumpkins.
There is a blueberry cage and also a brassica cage with kale, cavolo nero, sprouts and cabbages.
The two greenhouses produce many varieties of tomatoes, peppers and chillies, with basil, aubergines and cucumbers and there are also many different varieties of cut flowers.