Route 84 - Mon-Sat approx. seven journeys per day. The bus drops off and picks up at the entrance to the grounds.
This Arts and Crafts family home with Morris & Co. interiors, is set in a beautiful hillside garden.
Late Victorian family home brought vividly to life in this gem of the Arts & Crafts Movement.
National Trust owned Standen is hidden at the end of a quiet Sussex lane with breathtaking views over the High Weald and Weirwood Reservoir. The design of the house is a monument to the combined genius of architect Philip Webb and his friend William Morris. All the big names of the Arts & Crafts period are represented, including ceramics by William De Morgan and metalwork by W. A. S. Benson.
The beautiful hillside gardens provide year-round interest; the woodlands, a number of easily accessible walks.
There is a gift shop, restaurant, plant sales and fresh local produce can also be bought from the kitchen garden.
We recommend that you visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/standen/ to confirm opening times and admission charges before making your journey.
Images: c. National Trust Images/Rupert Truman/Nadia Mackenzie