The Dower House is a historic building steeped in the art and literature of Bloomsbury. The former home of Quentin Bell, Virginia Woolf’s nephew and biographer, and his wife Anne Olivier, the renowned scholar and editor of Woolf’s diaries, it is the perfect place for a holiday in the heart of rural Sussex. This special house with its magical walled garden and breathtaking views is situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park, just outside Firle village at the foot of the Downs.
Free parking on premises
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