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After not having been to a festival for years I booked to this one for the day on 2nd July . Travelled by train to Glynde decided to walk to the venue through a delightful village. The festival site was very well organised not too...More
This can be visited only at a very limited time which in total accounts for only 30 days a year as this is mainly a lived in Family Home - you also need to see it with a guide as this is the only way...More
First the good points:-
1. Glynde Place is a charming Elizabethan manor house in a sublime setting below the South Downs with a (mostly) Georgian interior.
2. At £5.00 per adult, entry fee is very reasonable compared to many.
3. Very little of the...More