Nunwell House and Gardens Houses
Coach Lane, Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight
The house and garden, with views of Spithead, have changed and developed since Tudor times. There is a rose garden, a walled garden, a Long Walk, a lily pond, a woodland garden and a fountain which came from the Crystal Palace.
Situated a mile or so from the village, Nunwell House and Gardens should definitely not be missed. The picturesque house has been a family home since 1522 and is of great historic and architectural interest. It was here that Sir John Oglander, was host to Charles I on his last night of freedom and modern day visitors can still see the Parlour Chamber in which they met. The house is beautifully furnished, there are exhibits recalling the Aylmer family's military connections, plus an Old Kitchen exhibition and Nunwell is surrounded by 5 acres of tranquil gardens including a walled garden also enjoying the views across the Solent.
Admission: Adult £4. 00 free guide book - Couple £7. 50 Senior Citizens/Students £3. 50, Children (under 10) who are accompanied by an adult £1. 00, .
For enquiries about Nunwell House and Gardens, please contact the attraction using the details below.
AddressCoach Lane, Isle of Wight, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0JQ
Opening times1-5pm 5 jul - 8 sep
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