The Bateman’s estate is set within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; full of small fields, hedgerows, old trees, abandoned iron ore pits, hidden ponds and magical deserted trackways.
The Bateman's estate is home to a network of footpaths which will guide you through the tranquil Dudwell valley; a landscape that inspired some of Rudyard Kipling's later works such as Puck of Pook's Hill and Rewards and Fairies.
Enjoy our woodland walk at Bateman's and take in views over the Sussex countryside, a landscape which was the home of Rudyard Kipling.
Get out and about this springtime and enjoy walks out on the Bateman's estate.
Enjoy an autumn walk through the garden and estate at Bateman's where reds, oranges and browns abound in this mellow season of the year.
Get out and about this winter with a bracing estate walk over the beautiful Sussex countryside that surrounds Bateman's.
Enjoy some family time together with a half term trail, early morning bacon and sausage baps in the tea room and muddy walks across the estate.
Are you planning to visit Bateman's with the family? Here's what to expect as well as a little inspiration to help you make the most of your day.
Walk off your Christmas day indulgences on a Bateman's Boxing day estate walk.
Escape the Boxing Day crowds and join us at Bateman's from December 26 all the way though to January 1 and onward into the new year - we are open.
Be rewarded with some stunning views back across the estate to the house on a winter estate walk at Bateman's before heading into our tea room for a warming drink and slice of cake.