Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

Spending time at Saddlescombe Farm helped feel stronger and more confident

Important notice -

Our countryside space is open. We encourage everyone to observe social distancing measures. Fires and barbecues are not permitted anywhere on site to protect our countryside.

A hidden hamlet nestled in the downs

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

Things to see and do 

Saddlescombe Farm in July

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

Places to stay

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

Wildlife

A male dark green fritillary butterfly suns itself on a child’s hand

Summer wildlife at Devil's Dyke and Saddlescombe Farm

Summer is a time to relax and enjoy. The sound of skylarks fills the air and the welcome breeze is pleasantly cooling, so why not enjoy a walk here this summer

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

Our work

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill

History

Larder filled with dried herbs, jars of preserve and eggs

Step back in time at Saddlescombe Farm 

This fertile valley in the shadow of the South Downs has attracted settlers for thousands of years. Find out more about the fascinating history of this downland farm from the Knights Templar to present day use.