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Independent woodland and water gardens based in West Sussex. 27 acres of gardens which include very rare, exotic and unusual plants.High Beeches is one of the great gardens of Sussex and is open from March to the beginning of November every year. On...more
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High Beeches High Beeches Lane, Handcross RH17 6HQ, England
All reviews tea room afternoon cream tea homemade jams limited mobility grass paths leisurely walk wildflower meadow steep slope wild flowers car park lovely afternoon autumn colours lovely staff worth a visit play area lovely place few hours
Lovely afternoon spent with grandkids it has beautiful park for kids and a play area. There is a restaurant there also there is a tea bar but was closed when we was there. Good parking and also a little railway ride there not sure when...More
This garden used to be part of a grand house that is no longer there as plane crashed into it during the 2nd World War The garden is on a hill so might be slightly difficult for some but recommended for a visit However one...More
Great place to visit, lovely gardens and so well kept, open most of the year, we were lucky, the day we went was nice and warm, we had a lovely stroll, so nice to see people just sitting on the benches reading, well worth a...More
I have lived in crawley all my life and have just discovered this gem.
The cafe is outstanding with a varied menu and a team that goes out of there way to provide top quality food in a delightfull garden setting...
Gluten free options across...More
We drove into the car park & wondered where the entrance was, it's behind you! The only toilets are here in the car park & we never saw the tea rooms, I believe they are up the slope by the toilets?
We are HHA members...More
Lovely peaceful garden, just the birds singing and the odd pheasant call. More wild flowers than most but all well displayed and sign posted. 2 for 1 gardeners world ticket accepted. Nice cream tea for £5 under a parasol in tea rooms.
I've driven past so many times but I've tended to stick to National Trust gardens. However, coming to High Beeches as shown me that I need to venture to other places too!
First, easy parking where you can head up to the tea room or...More
Further to the previous reply I would agree that the paths are manageable - but not easy. The gardens are hilly, running down into a valley so you will need plenty of energy to push back up to the top of the gardens and it... More
Further to the previous reply I would agree that the paths are manageable - but not easy. The gardens are hilly, running down into a valley so you will need plenty of energy to push back up to the top of the gardens and it could be tricky when the ground is softer.