Prashley Manor House


Six years ago, we visited Prashley Manor House. And what a spectacular house and gardens! Unfortunately for me, I was at that time in a wheelchair, awaiting a hip operation. And little did we know, it was on a hill.

Whilst I loved the look of the gardens, I was rather limited to where I could go. But one feature did not escape me and that was the front door to the main house.

A photograph of the main house at Pashley Manor in East Sussex.

Camera Settings

Camera: Canon EOS 70D
Lens: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
F/Number: f/7.1
ISO: 100
Focal Distance: 18 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/50 sec
Photograph Date: 29.08.16
Location: Prashley Manor, East Sussex
Photographer: Bren
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop


It is one of those places, that I long to return to… but never got around to going back to. But when the spring and summer arrive next year, it is down on my list to return to.

Having read their website, starting the 1st of April, they have the tulip festival… with him loving tulips, I am sure we will arrive back there in early April, when the gardens will be full of tulips, and the bluebells, in the woodland, tend to coincide bloom along with the tulips, with the added bonus of soft romantic peonies.

I just can’t wait!

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18 responses to “Prashley Manor House”

  1. A very impressive manor house!

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    1. It is beautiful isn’t it? A gem of a find.

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  2. That is a marvelous door! What a beautiful building. I look forward to your photos after your April visit.

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    1. Thank you xx… Normally we go to Great Dixter for Tulips, but today I read Pashley Manor’s website and they do tulip festivals…

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  3. A wonderfull house ! I hope you are doing fine now after the operation Bren.

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    1. Still suffer with Fribo… but after having both hips replaced… that pain has gone.

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      1. Fibro is certainly no joy to live with Bren…. Take good care for yourself and don’t forget to rest in time….

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        1. The damp cold weather doesn’t help.

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  4. What an impressive place!

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    1. It’s is beautiful there.

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  5. That door is so simple it screams for attention! Would love to see this place in person, hope you get that opportunity.

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    1. The gardens and house is closed till April next year xx

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  6. That door is so simple it screams for attention! Would love to see this place in person, hope you get that opportunity again.

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  7. Love the vertical impression these houses give, as well as the color combination:)

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  8. This is a beautiful photo 😀 😀

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    1. Thank you Cee xx

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