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National Trust

As well as exploring Ashdown Park's estate and property, there are many stunning National Trust sites.

Sheffield Park

A horticultural work of art created from centuries of different approaches to landscape design, visited by Henry VIII.

With four lakes and over 87 champion trees planted, the Autumn season offers an incredible landscape. Throughour Spring and Summer a selection of rhododendron hybrids supply a blaze of colour. 
They have a natural Woodland Play Trail and den building for explorers young and old.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 10 minutes by car.
For more information on what there is to see and do at Sheffield Park Garden please CLICK HERE.

Image: ©National Trust Images/John Miller

Standen House

Situated in West Sussex, this National Trust House is perfect to explore for Arts & Crafts enthusiasts where you'll find Morris & Co interiors as well as beautiful woodland to explore.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 10 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE.

Image: ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
 

Nymans

Situated in Handcross, this national trust house and gardens are perfect to explore for those on a country retreat.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 25 minutes by car. 
For more information please CLICK HERE

Image: ©National Trust Images/James Dobson

Chartwell House

Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill from 1922 until the end of his life. A lot of the rooms remain as they were when he lived there. 

Beyond the gardens explore the expanse of woodland with looped trails and natural play areas. There's den building, a Canadian camp and opportunities to stretch your legs.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 30 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE

Image: ©National Trust Images/David Sellman

Scotney Castle

Scotney Castle is home to a beautiful country house, romantic garden and 14th-century moated castle, surrounded by woodland.
Picnics welcomed. The estate is open all year round. 

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 40 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE.

Images: ©National Trust Images/Oskar Proctor

Monk House

The 17th Century Country House retreat of Leonard and author Virginia Woolf from 1919-1969.
Monk House is set up as it appeared when the Woolfs resided here.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 40 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE.

Image: ©National Trust Images/James Dobson

Bateman's

Jacobean house, home of Rudyard Kipling.
The home remains much as he left it, with oriental rugs and artefacts reflecting his strong association with the East. 'Kim', Kipling's first major piece of writing was written in his study at Bateman's.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 45 minutes by car.
For more information CLICK HERE

Image: ©National Trust Images/John Mille

Bodiam Castle

An archetypal 14th-century moated castle with its original wooden portcullis, spiral staircases and battlements. Bodiam Castle's interior is in ruins, although enough evidence remains to offer you an insight into medieval splendour and what it would have been like during its glory years.

Visit from Ashdown Park: 50 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE 
 

Image ©National Trust Images/John Millar
Header Image: ©National Trust Images/Caroline Irby

Historical Places of Interest

There are other amazing places of historical interest which are not owned by The National Trust. 

Image: © National Trust Images/Caroline Irby

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