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Alfriston Clergy House Information
Alfriston Clergy House is a medieval thatched cottage dating from the 14th Century.
It’s in a perfect setting overlooking the River Cuckmere and the Judas Tree in the gardens sets the peaceful ambience. It was the first house that the National Trust saved and even has the original chalk and sour milk floor in the hallway.
There are a variety of events hosted here including tours by the gardener of the gorgeous English garden and family trails and theme days. Visitors enjoy browsing in the gift shop where they sell jam, cards, gifts and stationery.
- Toilets (car park)
- Pushchair friendly
- Groups welcome
- Braille guides
- Sensory experience
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