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All reviews croquet lawn hidden gem lovely village well worth a visit flower beds busy high street tucked away few minutes few years spring flowers next door wander around lovely place to relax be honest lovely variety quiet place several times
These gardens are in the village of Rottingdean which is small and quaint (but still has lots of traffic).we walked to it from Brighton along the top of the cliff...took almost one hr. walk was great as was the view and there was a walking...More
Lovely gardens just of a busy road where you can have a few minutes on your own away from the madding crowd. Just sit and reflect. Used by all types from families with young children to the elderly just wanting a seat. Plus, of course,...More
This garden is really a series of garden spaces all laid out in interesting ways It has a calm relaxing feel with places to sit and soak up the atmosphere It also is historic with its association with Kipling and there is a plaque to...More
A sizable and beautifully well kept gardens in a lovely village. There are benches throughout which you can sit on and take in your surroundings. You have a view of the windmill from the gardens also. A lovely break from the buzz of main Brighton.
Once part of Rudyard Kipling’s Estate this treasure should not be missed if you love traditional English Gardens and are in the area.
Various collections of rises, herbs and more in flint walled sections with brick paths and even a croquet lawn (members only) add...More