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Alfriston Clergy House

The Tye, ALFRISTON, Polegate, BN26 5TL

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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 Cuckmere River. Please telephone or check website for details of special events running throughout the year.

Further information

Tel: 01323 871961
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Prices

With a voluntary Gift Aid donation: £5.30 (ch £2.65). Family £13.25. Visitors can choose to pay standard admission price

Opening times

Open 1-9 Mar, Sat-Sun 10.30-5
15 Mar-2 Nov, Sat-Wed 10.30-5
3 Nov-21 Dec, Sat-Wed 11-4
Average visit 1.5hrs

Facilities

Parking.

Dogs

Accessibility

Partly accessible. 5 steps to house, narrow corridors & small rooms. Grounds partly accessible, some slopes, steps & gravel paths in garden, some visitors may need assistance
Braille/large print & sensory guides

Alfriston Clergy House

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Directions

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4m NE of Seaford, E of B2108, next to church

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