Beechwood B and B
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Pashley manor Gardens, just 30 mins drive from Beechwood B and B.These quintessentially English gardens set out from an elegant Georgian house with timber-framed Tudor facade.James Sellick has been opening his garden to the public since1992.Thousands of tulipsand spring blossom are now vibrant at this wonderful place.
Glyndebourne is a unique operatic event which attracts people from around the world. The festival runs over several weeks so this can allow people to attend on several different days.
The 2015 Festival will take place from 21 May to 30 August 2015 and will include three new productions: Donizetti’s Poliuto, Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Handel’s Saul and revivals of Bizet’s Carmen, Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia and Ravel’s L’heure espagnole / L’enfant et les sortilèges. See details here.
Beechwood Bed and Breakfast Sussex is only 5 miles away from Glyndebourne. Private transfers to and from Glyndebourne can be arranged, please see our Glyndebourne page for more information.
Beechwood B and B is set in the heart of East Sussex, close to many National Trusts, Castles, Beaches and Historic Lewes, With its Antique and coffee shops- not to mention the Castle and Ann of Cleves House.
Brighton is 35 mins away from Beechwood B and B, Sunny Eastbourne 20 mins by car .
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About the farm
Nestling at the foot of Firle Beacon on the South Downs in Sussex, Middle Farm is a 625 acre working family farm. We offer a warm country welcome, with something for every member of the family to enjoy.
Six generations of farming have given us a unique insight into British food production. The highest standards of animal welfare and environmental care show in our milk and meat products. We demand those same high standards from everyone whose produce we stock.
We aim to promote the excellence of British farming by presenting to our customers the finest food and drink from the British countryside, maintaining the best of all that is traditional, whilst welcoming innovation wherever we find it.
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Finches convention The year is progressing, the weeks are passing very quickly and although we are still in winter, spring is getting closer. I have been busy taking photographs and not getting out much…
Stay at Beechwood B and B in East Sussex and visit Lewes.
Surely one of the prettiest towns in Sussex, with its mixture of medieval and 18th-century houses, Lewes is bursting at its timbered seams with history. Beer lovers will be delighted to know that Sussex’s premier ale, Harveys, is brewed in town, and there are plenty of cosy pubs in which to sample it. Lewes is also famous for its Bonﬁre Night, which sees a cast of thousands parading through the streets in fancy dress with burning crosses before the pièce de résistance: efﬁgies are burned in the nearby ﬁelds.
Located on the undulating South Downs, in a vista of buttery hills and widescreen skies, Spring Barn Farm is manna from heaven for kids, and perfect for campers who like a good walk. Let’s start with the secluded campsite: it’s basic – little more than a ﬁeld with a nearby loo block – but the views are fantastic. Look out over the downs, peer into the adjacent Children of the Corn maize ﬁeld, and hear the myriad calls of animals from the adjoining farm. Kids love the farm park in the farm’s central building and the menagerie outside. If goats, rabbits, and chickens are passé, then show them the cheeky Shetland ponies and South American alpacas with their Thunderbird-puppet lips. The maze is great fun too; three acres of twisting turns in which to lose yourself.