Paul & Pauline McBride, Sussex Prairie Garden,
Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road (B2116), near Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9AT
0044 (0)1273 495902 email@example.com
We are now CLOSED for the season
Reopen 1st June 2017, see you then!
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By Car from the M23
The M23 merges into the A23 heading south towards Brighton. Turn off at Hickstead, and travel through Sayers Common and then on the B2118 to Albourne. Turn right (at the brown sign) to Albourne village and towards Henfield on to the B2116. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles. You will reach Sussex Prairies at Morlands Farm which is situated on your left hand side. A purple buffalo by the roadside and a row of very tall mature poplar trees indicates the garden. Follow signs for parking in the field next to the house.
By Car from the Coast
From Shoreham by Sea follow the A 2037 north towards Henfield, passing through small Dole and Henfield. From Henfield, take the A281 towards Horsham. About half a mile after leaving the village, turn right (at the brown sign) on to the B2116 towards Albourne (Wheatsheaf Road). Follow this road for just over a mile. You will reach Sussex Prairies at Morlands Farm which is situated on your right hand side. A purple buffalo by the roadside and a row of very tall poplar mature trees indicates the Garden. Follow signs for parking in the field next to the house.
We are an hour and a quarter from London Victoria station and only half an hour from Gatwick Airport . Take the Brighton line and get off at Hassocks station. We are approximately 7 miles from the station. Taxis are normally available at the station or you can phone to book one in advance. Five Star Taxis 01273 846 666 or 01273 843 181.
Why not cycle? You can easily bring your bike on the train and we are 40 minutes cycle from Hassocks station.
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