in the 13th century by the Augustinians, who used the priory
and farmed the land until the dissolution of the monasteries
300 years later in the 16th-century, by where it became a farmhouse.
Situated in a beautiful area with fine gardens surrounding
the Elizabethan wing. Visit the impressive Tudor barn and explore
the mill and wheelwrights shop.
Taste the fresh scones, bread and cakes made from the flour ground by
the Priory's own watermill, driven by the River Cuckmere.