Our Village – Attractions

Nearby Attractions

There are many places worth a visit in the area surrounding Turners Hill.
Ardingly Reservoir Bluebell Railway Chequermead Theatre Deers Leap Park Sackville College Deers Leap Park Standen Wakehurst Place Worth Church
  • Ardingly Reservoir
    Open all year. Pleasant walks, picnic area and sailing club with boats to hire and sailing courses.
     
  • Ashdown Forest
     
  • Borde Hill & Jeremy’s Restaurant
    01444 450326
     
  • Bluebell Railway
    Famous vintage engines and coaches run through 5 miles of glorious Wealden Sussex scenery between Sheffield Park and Horsted Keynes. At Sheffield Park station there is a museum of historic relics; refreshments available.
     
  • Chequer Mead Arts Centre
     
  • Deers Leap Park
    Mountain Biking
     
  • Nymans Garden Handcross
     
  • Sackville College
    East Grinstead
     
  • Sheffield Park Gardens
     
  • Standen
    A large family house of the 1890’s designed by Philip Webb, a friend of William Morris. The remarkably complete interior has been carefully restored. William Morris textiles and wall papers, furniture, pottery and pictures of the period. Hillside garden. Shop and tearoom open during season. Open April to October.
     
  • The Priest House
    West Hoathly
     
  • Tilgate Park and Golf Course
     
  • Wakehurst Place Gardens
    Wakehurst Place is leased from the National Trust as an addition to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and is the National Trust’s most visited garden and home to the millenium seed bank. The Gardens contain a fine collection of trees and shrubs. Part of the Elizabethan mansion, containing various Exhibition rooms. There are tea rooms and a gift shop. Open all week throughout the year.
     
  • Weir Wood Reservoir
     
  • Worth Church
     
  • Worth Way
    Part of National Cycle Network, 7 miles between Three Bridges and East Grinstead