St. Dunstan's has meadow land, containing several unusual wildflowers and a wide diversity of grass and sedge species. The reintroduction of management methods aims to enhance diversity. The site is in a secluded valley of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and consists of small fields, hedgerows and shaws. Two thirds of the site is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The fragile nature of the grassland habitats makes large groups of visitors inappropriate and the site is better suited to smaller groups, particularly higher level students, wishing to visit a superb example of a traditional Wealdon farm. Educational groups of less than 20 people are very welcome by prior appointment with the landowner. The site is accesible for small minibuses (up to 20 people). A toilet with additional facilities for the disabled is available at the barn and there are adequate parking spaces for a small number of vehicles. A site map and location map are available by request.