|Address:||West Hoathly Road|
|Website:||http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-standen (This link will open in a new window)|
|Standen is the story of family life against a backdrop of the Arts and Crafts Movement. The design of the house is a monument to the combinded genius of architect Philip Webb and his friend William Morris and is filled with art, ceramics and textiles from the period. You can follow the story of the Beale family in 1925 throughout the house. Standen's garden restoration project will continue in 2013 with lots of work to see and get involved with. The top of the gardens offers wonderful views and footpaths lead you to acres of woodland and countryside. Our shop sells gifts inspired by Wiliam Morris. Our Barn Cafe offers food throughout the day (hot lunches served from 12-2.30pm).|
|Facilities available:||Non-smoking establishment, Licenced, Children welcome, Garden, Wheelchair access, Credit cards accepted, Private parking|
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|Prices:||Standen House and Garden admission prices 2013 National Trust Members free Adult £9.80 (gift aid on entry) Child £4.90 (gift aid on entry) Family £24.50 (gift aid on entry) Group (over 15 people) £8.50 House opens 11am (last entry 4pm) daily from 16 February to 3 November 2013. 11am (last entry 2.30pm) weekends only 9 November to 24 November and then daily 30 November until 24 December.|
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