Group Visits

Experience Sussex in magical Autumn colour

A hidden gem in the High Weald of Sussex

Bookings & rates

  • Pre - booked group rates confirmation via letter or email. Organisers must collect entrance money before the visit and present one payment on arrival. We don't take credit or debit cards.
  • Deposits Due to an increasing number of last minute cancellations, we may need a refundable deposit of £50 at busier times, returnable if we are notified of cancellations over 14 days before planned visit.
  • Guided tours are led by either the Curator or the Gardener in Charge. They must be pre-booked and cost £10 a head including admission, minimum £80.   

Parking & accessibility

  • There is free parking for 2 coaches and ample car parking. Coach drivers have free entry to the garden.
  • The paths throughout the garden are bumpy, steep in places and slippery when wet, wheel chairs are not recommended. 
  • There are plenty of benches throughout the garden so take your time and enjoy the views.
  • We advise group organisers to telephone in advance for full details to ensure an enjoyable and safe visit. 
  • There are disabled facilities and the Tea Room is fully accessible.

Location & opening times

The gardens are approximately one mile east of the A23 at Handcross, 15 minutes south of Gatwick and 30 minutes north of Brighton.
Open from 1st April to 31st October 2017
Everyday 1pm  to 5pm. Closed Wednesdays.
Out of hours opening
By special arrangement, we are able to take groups wishing to visit outside normal opening hours. There is a 50p per person surcharge for this.

Contacts

Contact
Sarah Bray:
The office is manned part-time so please leave a message.
Tea Room
Please book in with the Tea Room for refreshments 01444 400550. www.highbeechestearoom@gmail.com.

A botanical treasure trove and classic English country idyll make High Beeches Garden one of Sussex' finest gardens. Colonel Loder first planted here in 1906 and following his death, the garden was acquired by the Boscawens who retained it's beauty. In this graceful oasis from the busy world, you can stroll in soltitude amidst vibrant Autumn colour. Alternatively, take a tour and learn more about the gardens, or join in an event or workshop and explore further. 
Sussex gardens in Autumn colours
Sussex gardens
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High Beeches gardens
The perfect destination for garden lovers, photographers, artists and those looking for peace and tranquillity

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