Welcome to Firle
The Firle Estate sits in the heart of the South Downs National Park and just 60 miles from the centre of London. Incorporating several villages and farms spread over rolling hills, Firle is a thriving rural community set in one of the most picturesque parts of the United Kingdom.
Central to the atmosphere of Firle is a diverse and culturally rich community with many artists, craftsmen and local businesses. As well as magnificent walks, bike rides and country pursuits, the Estate contains many places to stay, eat and drink. We would encourage you to explore things to see and do using the Interactive Guide to The Firle Estate within this website and we wish you an enjoyable visit.
During the summer months Firle Place is open to visitors. The house and tearoom is now closed for the winter and reopens towards the end of May until the end of September (from Sunday until Thursday every week) 2017. More detailed information and entrance costs can be found on the House and Visits section. Public and private events, festivities and weddings are at Firle Place throughout the year. Please see the Wedding and Events section for more information.
Firle Place is an outstanding privately owned country house in Sussex that dates from the time of Henry VIII but was substantially remodelled in the 18th Century. The house, gardens and notable collection of works of art and porcelain are of national importance and will ensure a day to remember.
Weddings at Firle
Firle Place is an ideal setting for your wedding reception. We can accommodate a wide variety of wedding requirements for parties ranging from 80 to 400 people. Wedding receptions can be held in the stunning grounds or surrounding parkland.
Firle Villages & Community
The Firle Estate
Set within The South Downs National Park at the foot of Firle Beacon, The Firle Estate is one of the most picturesque country estates in the United Kingdom. Whatever the time of year, Firle is a stunning place to visit with plenty to see and do while you’re here.