Local area of Alexander House, Sussex

Beautiful sights to see

Exceptional views and some of the best walking routes in the south of England await at the edge of our estate. We are so lucky to have such an incredible area on our doorstep and encourage you to make the most of it during your luxury getaway to the Sussex countryside. Have a look below for some of our favourite things to do in the local area.

Wakehurst Place

The wild botanic sister garden to Kew Garden located on the High Weald of West Sussex has over 500 acres of beautiful ornamental gardens, woodlands and a nature reserve. Wakehurst is also home to the Millennium Seed Bank, the largest wild seed conservation project in the world. Entry is free for National Trust and Kew Garden members.

Nymans

Visit Nyman's, an intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins and every garden lovers' dream. Home to a variety or flora and fauna, the pools, open meadows and clearing allow for a delightfully tranquil setting.

British Wildlife Centre

Boasting the finest collection of native wildlife, including over 40 different species, The British Wildlife Centre is the perfect escape for guests looking to get back to nature.

Tulley's Farm

Located just up the road from Alexander House, the famous Tulley's Farm offers an experience you'll never forget. With seasonal activities from escape rooms, Shocktober Fest, their tea room and their Maize Maze to enjoy.

Tilgate Park

For our visiting pet pooches Tilgate Park is a must visit. This outdoor expanse of lakes, lawns and gardens is also home to miles of woodland and bridleways, which are ideal for exploring on two feet or four with a tail.

Local Cycle Route

Today cycling has become a cornerstone in fitness campaigns, with the London 2012 Olympic Games seeing a huge increase in participation across the UK. Now it's your turn to take to the roads and explore the stunning Sussex countryside by bike! A nice easy route with the exception of Turners Hill...happy pedalling!