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Clandon Park

The National Trust
West Clandon


Clandon Park was seriously damaged by fire on 29th April 2015.  Please contact the attraction directly to find out when it will re-open to the public.

A grand Palladian mansion, built in the 1730s by the Venetian architect Leoni and notable for its magnificent two-storeyed Marble Hall. The house is filled with superb 18th century furniture, porcelain, textiles and carpets collected in the 1920s by the connoisseur Mrs Gubbay. The attractive gardens contain a parterre, grotto, sunken Dutch garden and a Maori meeting house with a fascinating history explained in the main house

Additional information:

  • The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment Museum is based at Clandon and open same days as house Telephone +44 (0)1483 223 419
  • Restaurant (licensed) serving coffees, lunches and teas
  • Shop
  • Ground floor, basement, restaurant & shop accessible for wheelchairs, adapted WC. Small lift available, please telephone for booking and information. 01483 226881 Three wheelchairs and one seat-walker available.

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At West Clandon on A247, 3 miles East of Guildford. If using A3 follow signs to Ripley to join A247 via B2215.

Clandon Park Postcode for SatNav: GU4 7RQ


+44 (0)1483 222 482
+44 (0)1483 225 971 (Information Line)
+44 (0)1483 223 176

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