When Easter rolls around we try and visit a National Trust property to take part in one of their Easter Egg Hunts. Last year we happened to be in Cornwall so we visited Lanhydrock and enjoy a lovely walk around the gardens while looking for Easter bunnies.
This time we decided to visit somewhere we'd never been before which was Alfriston Clergy House and a little fact I'd learnt afterwards which is Alfriston Clergy House was the first building saved by the National Trust in 1896.
The house is set by a beautiful open green which would be perfect for a picnic in the Summer. The Easter egg hunt costs £1.50 per child and on this occasion it was a case of looking around the garden and writing down the names of the bunny rabbits that you find.
The rabbits are dotted around the whole garden so you do actually get to see the whole garden rather than the children running off and you missing the best parts.
At this time of year they had a few things growing but I imagine in a months time the garden will be full of colour and it will be well worth a visit back for us.
Both the girls enjoyed it and they received a Cadbury's Easter bunny at the end which really didn't last that long.