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Driftwood Garden East Sussex, Seaford

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Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
You'll love revisiting Driftwood Garden East Sussex, a small seaside garden that just bursts with distinctive character. Award winning and featured in many national magazines and TV shows, the garden features pretty flowers and even prettier sea views. You can enjoy both with a nice cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake--available with prior booking (at least 24 hours in advance). As you explore the paths lined by blooming seaside plants, you'll be inspired to improve your own garden and have a chance to pick up tips about how and what to grow in your corner of the world. Check the website for public open days, or contact the owners for a private visit (available June to September). Use our Seaford online travel planner to add Driftwood Garden East Sussex and other attractions to your Seaford vacation plans.
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  • A lovely experience visiting this delightful garden . Geoff the owner told us all about the history and how the garden evolved. Having my own garden close to the sea, I was interested to see what...  more »
  • A Hidden Treasure in Seaford.What an amazing interesting and very creative garden such a lot of care and thought has gone into the layout and it is so well maintained reflecting all the care and hard....  more »
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