The Venue

Firle Place, the home of the Gage family for over 500 years, lies in a cleft in the South Downs near Lewes. Surrounded by extensive park and set against a background of hanging woodland.

The unEnglish looking house is built of pale stone brought from Caen in Normandy . Although Firle looks like an eighteenth century house it conceals portions of a much older building.

The imposing Great Hall of the house leads into a number of stately rooms full of beautiful paintings, ornaments, china, furniture and treasures collected by the Gage family through the ages.

Firle House & Cafe: Open daily from 12.00pm – 4pm,
free flow house tour: £4

Other Attractions:

The Gardens:
Set into terraces with lawns and gravel paths include a pretty fountain and were laid in the 19 th Century by the 5th Viscount

The Parish Church of St Peter:
The Gage Chapel containing monuments to the family

The picturesque village of West Firle:
Contains many buildings of interest as well as a traditional pub, The Ram, loyally named after the crest of Lord Gage.

The Garden Show at Firle 2017

The Garden Show at Firle
21 – 23 April 2017

The Garden Show at Stansted 2017

The Garden Show at Stansted
9 – 11 June 2017

The Garden Show at Loseley

The Garden Show at Loseley
28 – 30 July 2017

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