Here are a few of the highlights of a visit to this most unusual of NT properties (and yes we may be biased but we think it is fabulous!):
The Landscape. The Sarsen Field is the first thing you see on the left of the drive as you approach the car park. This is open to everyone to walk in and is a fascinating are of Special Scientific Interest where the huge, ancient sarsen stones lie amongst the grass as they have done for thousands of years. Legend says they are an army turned to stone by the magician Merlin.
High on the hill to the east is the weathercock. If you fancy a climb up onto the Downs this gives a
The woodland dates back to when this was a medieval hunting ground and the deer still live here.
The house. A stunning 17th century hunting lodge, Ashdown is
We hope to see you soon!