Stanmer Park Tea Rooms
Stanmer Park Tea Rooms
Stanmer House and Front Lawn

The Park


Covering an area of 5000 acres of mostly open downland and woodland, set within the South Downs National Park - an area of outstanding natural beauty, Stanmer Park is regarded as the 'jewel in the crown' of Brighton's Parks. It is much loved and used by walkers, horse-riders, cyclists, those interested in natural history and families who just want to enjoy the countryside.

Park Grassland
One of the many open spaces around the Park


In addition, park users enjoy visiting Stanmer House and the village of Stanmer with its historic cottages, church and farm buildings.

Stanmer Well and Donkey Wheel
Stanmer Well & Donkey Wheel
Stanmer Church
  Stanmer Church in Stanmer Village  


There is a strong horticultural presence in the park: Stanmer Nursery selling wild flowers and plants (weekdays only), Stanmer Organics (a community, non-profit organisation) occupying 17 acres of land in the park used for agriculture, horticulture and education and Earthship Brighton, an eco-friendly building that attrracts tourists from all over the world.

More information on Stanmer Nursery can be found here on the Brighton & Hove City Council Website.

For more details on Stanmer Organics see: here.