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Stanmer House is a Grade I listed Georgian manor house set in Stanmer Park west of the village of Falmer and north-east of the city of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England.

Constructed by the French architect Nicholas Dubois in 1722 in a Palladian style for the Pelham family, it incorporates the remains of an earlier house, and was again altered in 1860.

Now home to The House Café, a luxury restaurant situated in the library and features a fully stocked bar, multiple function rooms for events and a beautiful garden dining area.

Our café restaurant, located in our library serves outstanding coffee from local roasters Gold Goat Coffee and beautiful fresh pastries and savoury items from local bakers, alongside artisan ice creams, crisps, sweets, soft drinks, a full bar and other snacks.

Open Wednesday to Sunday, our café area is very popular with dog walkers and all other park users.


Gold Goat Coffee supply a fantastic blend of coffee from Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uganda. We are proud to partner with them, ensuring our customers are served coffee of the very best quality.


Visitors are spoilt for choice in this stunning parkland setting.