An enchanting historic 15th century timber-framed
house, with magnificent gardens, in the picturesque award-winning downland village of Bramber, West
Sussex ... a place of fascination and mystery.
Many thousands of visitors have admired its picturesque charm and enjoyed
its atmosphere of friendliness and welcome, qualities which make it
a visit to remember.
□ Still a lived-in home, with
fine panelled rooms, including the unique Elizabethan trompe l'oeil
Intriguing literary connections ... Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being
Earnest, and the Sherlock Holmes story The Musgrave Ritual.
Five acres of
beautiful gardens, prehistoric Ginkgo Biloba 'living fossil'
tree, amusing animal topiary, and Victorian 'Secret' Garden with unusual
circular English Poetry Garden and Rural
World class concerts and events