The Elephants (you’ll see why when you get there) is actually called Trading Boundaries and is a series of shops around a courtyard and in one of the most striking houses in our part of Sussex.
From the Website;
“Situated in the heart of the East Sussex countryside Trading Boundaries is a quirky retail destination specialising in antique Indian furniture and handicrafts.
We pride ourselves on having one of the largest and most interesting collections of antique world furniture in the south-east, making any home look stunning through accent pieces and good quality hardwoods that stand the test of time.
All our stock is now available both in-store and online.
Amongst the Trading Boundaries showrooms we also have a fully-licensed Café and an upstairs fine art gallery. It features the work of renowned album cover artist Roger Dean as well as six independant boutiques situated in our courtyard garden.
At night the Trading Boundaries Café transforms into an award winning live music venue hosting concerts from world class artists in an intimate restaurant setting.
We’ve been lucky enough to see artists such as: Rick Wakeman, The Brand New Heavies, Toyah Wilcox and Steve Hackett among many others on our stage, and we sell out quickly so keep an eye on our live music site to guarantee you can get tickets early!”
Its at the end of Ketches Lane on the A275, so take a right, right again passing the Sloop, a right after the bridge (into Ketches Lane) – keep going.
Trading Boundaries Ltd, Sheffield Green, East Sussex, TN22 3RB