Uniquely located at the highest point of the South Downs National Park, the Weyborne Estate affords breath-taking views of a quintessentially English landscape. Green pastures, undulating hills and lush valleys stretch as far as the eye can see, into the distant horizon.
And it is here that the river Wey begins its journey; spring waters emerge from an ancient aquifer at the northern end of the estate, meandering through and bringing life to our gardens and vineyards.
The magnificent 17th century manor house has served as a refuge and inspiration to eminent figures over the centuries. From Oliver Cromwell to King Edward VII, Alfred Lord Tennyson and George Bernard Shaw, British history pervades the walls of Weyborne.