There is very limited parking in the village. We therefore encourage visitors to either use the car park at the top of the downs or come to the village via alternative transport. If you need to park in the village please use the visitors car park provided and avoid parking between the pub and the shop. Thank you very much.
Bicycle: You can hire bikes for the day from Cycleshack close to Lewes station
There is a real shortage of car parking space in Firle Village. On sunny days, weekends and bank holidays there is so much traffic that the village cannot cope. We encourage visitors, wherever possible, to either park in the car park at the top of the downs beyond Firle village or visit the village via alternative means of transport. Please see suggestions above, or if there’s no alternative, you’ll find more Firle parking info here
In and around Firle 20 best walking routes
places to visit
Firle Place– The Ancestral Home of the Gage Family
Firle Church – A classic medeival Sussex church
Charleston -The Home of the Bloomsbury group and arts festival
Middle Farm– Working Family Farm, Open Farm, Farm shop, Cyder Mill, Takeaway cafe, Animal Feed
Firle Post Office and Shop open 6 days a week Monday- Saturday from 9- 5.30 offers real coffee, tea and cold refreshments and sandwiches and snacks
The Ram-has been at the heart of the vibrant farming community of Firle for over five hundred years. The rambling old brick and flint building has three main rooms, each with its own open fire lit every day between October and April. Whilst our splendid flint-walled garden is perfect for a peaceful summer supping under the greengage trees.
Windsock cafe on A27 between Firle and Glynde open 7 days a week serving snacks and refreshments
Beanstalk cafe open Friday – Sunday
Middle Farm restaurant open 7 days a week