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Highdown Gardens

Littlehampton Road | Goring-by-Sea, Worthing BN12 6PG, England
+44 1903 501054
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enjoyable whatever the season

love these gardens as there is always plenty to see. This visit we actually saw a couple of lizards... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
West Sussex, United Kingdom
Late summer days

For a garden which is free to enter you can't ask for better, beautiful views, wonderful plants... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Tim W
Worthing, United Kingdom
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Littlehampton Road | Goring-by-Sea, Worthing BN12 6PG, England
+44 1903 501054
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Reviewed 4 days ago

love these gardens as there is always plenty to see. This visit we actually saw a couple of lizards as well as all the beautiful plants and flowers. There are plenty of seats to sit and enjoy. Fish in the pond and dragonflies around the...More

Thank BargeeGirl
Reviewed 4 days ago

For a garden which is free to enter you can't ask for better, beautiful views, wonderful plants , flowers and trees. Kids and adults love it especially if you have a picnic in the summer

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 5 days ago

Lovely gardens, take a leisurely stroll around the beautiful gardens, well worth a visit. Good cafe behind the gardens

Thank scoobyyam
Reviewed 1 week ago

Perfect spot for picnic or good choice of sandwiches and snacks in cafe just by carpark (including gluten free options) or very reasonably priced carvery in hotel if you want big meal - perhaps in winter? Went with kids during summer hols en route to...More

Thank Roisin D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Not really a gardens person but there's something magical about this place. There's free parking (which can get very busy), tearooms at the hotel next door, there are frequent events on, but most of all it's just a great oasis of nature, adjoining another more...More

Thank Rafikibob
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is brilliant having such a beautiful garden on our doorstep. At the right time of year it is splashed with colour and very well cared for. Children can be encourages to appreciate the beauty of nature

Thank Sue D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Highdown gardens is very quiet and peaceful for a stroll around the gardens with it's lovely flowers and shrubs

Thank Peter V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautifully maintained gardens, we visit often and there are many areas when the weather allows to set up and have your own little picnic.

Thank Dean S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a walk on the downs and a walk through the gardens, followed by tea and cake. Plenty of car parking space. We had a few hairy moments getting through the gates onto the downs with a mobility scooter and got stuck a few...More

Thank s c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Popped in after a walk up on the hills. Just had a pot of tea. Very nice , sat outside in the sun. Busy with walkers and dogs having doggie ice cream and doggy popcorn.

Thank gina522016
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22 May 2017|
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Response from Helen T | Reviewed this property |
As far as I can remember yes.
Kay S
31 March 2016|
Response from Prickles1 |
The High Down estate, comprising a house, stables and surrounding gardens, was owned by the Big Game hunter Sir Frederick Stern up until his death in 1967. The gardens are now separate from the adjacent buildings - and in... More