BORDE HILL GARDEN
We are thrilled to bring Sussex Gin Fest to the beautiful, idyllic gardens on The Borde Hill Estate.
Encompassed in a rich history dating back to the 1500’s, the Garden was first created in the early 1900’s and has been listed as Grade II* importance by English Heritage.
With an array of themed gardens that flaunt various plants, trees and flowers from around the globe, we can’t think of a more sophisticated, picturesque location for our Gin Fest in the height of an English Summer.
To find out more about Borde Hill Garden please visit their website.
Sat Nav: RH16 1XP
Borde Hill is 1½ miles north of Haywards Heath, 20 minutes North of Brighton, or South of Gatwick on the A23 taking exit 10a via Balcombe. Use Google maps, or GoEuro to plan your journey by air, train or car.
Please follow the event signage as you approach the venue: this may be different to how you would approach Borde Hill via your Sat Nav and the existing brown tourist attraction signs.
Direct trains from London Bridge or Victoria to Haywards Heath (45 mins) & from Brighton to Haywards Heath (20 mins). Taxis to Borde Hill are available at the station and only take approximately 7 minutes door to door. Plan your train travel using National Rail enquiries, Southern, or MyTrainTicket.
Please enter the site via the Hanlye Lane entrance where you will be able to park at the designated Sussex Gin Fest field.
Please enter the site via Borde Hill Lane (via Main Garden entrance) for dropping off and picking up.
Walking to and from the festival site is not encouraged - this is due to lack of footpaths in the surrounding area.