Hatchlands Park Houses
18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and collection of keyboard instruments, set in parkland. Built in the 1750s for Admiral Boscawen, hero of the Battle of Louisburg, Hatchlands is set in a beautiful 170ha (430-acre) Repton park, offering a variety of waymarked walks. The house contains the earliest recorded decorations in an English country house by Robert Adam, whose ceilings here appropriately feature nautical motifs. On display is the Cobbe Collection, the world's largest group of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers such as Purcell, J. C. Bach, Chopin, Mahler and Elgar. There is also a small garden by Gertrude Jekyll, flowering from late May to early July and a stunning bluebell wood in May.
£6, child £3, family £15. Groups £5. Park walks only: £3, child £1. 50. Combined ticket with Clandon Park: £9, child £4. 50, family £22. 50.
Disabled access - in main car park, 300yds. Transfer available. Building: Ramped entrance. 3 wheelchairs. WCs: Adapted WC in courtyard. Grounds: Partly accessible. Accessible route. Shop: Level entrance. Refreshments: Level entrance. Accessible tables. .
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AddressEast Clandon, East Clandon, Surrey, GU4 7RT
Opening timesHouse 2pm - 5.30pm
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