> The Priest House, West Hoathly
Standing in the beautiful surroundings of a traditional cottage garden on the edge of Ashdown Forest, the Priest House is an early 15th century timber-framed hall-house with a dramatic roof of Horsham stone.

It was probably built for the Priory of St Pancras in Lewes and in Elizabethan times was modernised into a substantial Yeomen’s dwelling. It is now a museum containing a fascinating array of domestic country furniture, kitchen equipment, needlework and household items. Outside there is a formal herb garden containing over 150 culinary, medicinal and folklore herbs.

Open 2nd March - 31st October. Tuesday - Saturday (and Bank Holiday Mondays), 10.30am - 5.30pm. Sundays, 12 noon - 5.30pm

Normal Admission Prices - 2004. Adult £2.70 Child (5-15) £1.35 Senior Citizen £2.40 Student £2.40

Group Admission Prices (minimum 15 people) - 2004. Adult £2.40 Child (5-15) £1.25 Senior Citizen £2.40 Student £2.40