Glynde Place is situated at the top of the village of Glynde and has commanding views over the Weald and Sussex Downs. The house was built in 1569 by William and Anne Morley, to replace the previous existing family home, from local flint, chalk and Caen stone. Glynde Place has passed from William and Anne, through three intermarried families, to the current owners. Today it is the family home of Francis and Caroline Hampden and their three children.

The house is open to the public and also is available for weddings and other private hire functions. We host a number of events: from the Glynde Place Concert Series to the massively popular Love Supreme Festival. Please see below for details on all events coming up at Glynde Place.



House Opening

Glynde Place is open between 1pm to 5pm on the days below. The house can only be visited by joining a tour, there is no free flow. The tours last for about an hour and are at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.

Ticket Prices: Adults - £5 • Under 15s - £3 • Under 12s - Free

House Opening Days:
Wednesday, Thursday & SundayMay & June
Bank Holiday Monday1 May, 29 May & 28 August
Sunday28 August
The house will be CLOSED on Sunday 14 May for a concert

The Coach House Tearoom is open from 1pm until 5pm, and is self service. Cakes and biscuits are from the local producer in the village, A Taste of Dreams.

Private Tours

Private tours can be booked on non open days (see above) during the months of May to October. To arrange please contact the estate office using the form below, or call one 01273 858224.


Glynde Place Concert Series

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