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Notice: Please note that there are extensive road works taking place on Imberhorne Lane, East Grinstead causing long delays. We advise seeking an alternative route through East Grinstead. From Mon 1 June scaffolding and external decoration works will be located in the house courtyard for approximately 3 weeks. We apologise for any inconvenience caused during these essential works.House remains open but alternative entry points may be operation.
Arts and Crafts family home with Morris & Co. interiors, set in a beautiful hillside garden
James and Margaret Beale chose an idyllic location with views across the Sussex countryside for their rural retreat. Designed by Philip Webb, the house is one of the finest examples of Arts and Crafts workmanship, with Morris & Co. interiors creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The house is dressed for a weekend stay in 1925, so you can imagine you are a guest of the family.
A major restoration of the 5-hectare (12-acre) hillside garden showcases year-round seasonal highlights and an award-winning plant collection. On the wider estate, footpaths lead out into the woodlands, Ashdown Forest and wider High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Note: Well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome in the formal gardens.
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Useful & beautiful XII
Mon 1 - Mon 15 June
11am - 4pm
(1.30pm - 4pm Mon & Tues outside of school holidays)
Selling exhibition by mixed media artists of the Sussex Guild.
Story of embroidery
Medieval to Morris
Fri 1 May - Sun 26 Jul
11am - 4pm
(1.30pm - 4pm Mon & Tues outside school holidays)
An exhibition uncovering the story of the lasting craft of embroidery.
Embroidery demonstrations on selected Thurs & Sun including special guest Nicola Jarvis on Sun 26 July.
From Thurs 4 June
Every Thurs & Sat
10.30am & 4pm
Join one of our new tours celebrating Philip Webb and the architecture of Standen. Tours last for one hour, limited places, tickets available on the day from visitor reception. Normal admission applies.
Part of our Philip Webb Centenary celebrations