Alfriston Clergy House

  • 4 June 2021 4:45 pm
  • 96 views
Top
aaalfriston_clergy_house

Description

Alfriston Clergy House
Medieval thatched cottage and picturesque garden
This 14th-century thatched Wealden ‘hall house’ was the first building to be acquired by the National Trust in 1896. It has an unusual chalk and sour milk floor and its pretty cottage garden is in an idyllic setting beside Alfriston’s parish church, with views across the meandering River Cuckmere
01323 870001

[email protected]

For more information click through on the above website link.

Name and credits for images of Alfriston Clergy House

Reference: 37374

Description of image – The South end of Alfriston Clergy House, viewed from the garden with box trees and sun dial. The house was the first bought by the Trust in 1896 for 10.00.

Search on The Gardening Website for your nearest fabulous garden to visit – you can search by County, Town or City

Credit for photograph: Andrew Butler

For information on how to join the National Trust click http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-trust/w-support/w-jointoday.htm

Copyright: ©NTPL/Andrew Butler

Location

The Tye Alfriston Polegate East Sussex,BN265TL