Built in 1758 for Admiral Edward Boscawen and set in a beautiful Repton Park offering a variety of park and woodland walks, Hatchlands contains splendid interiors by Robert Adam, decorated in appropriately nautical style. It houses the Cobbe Collection, the world's largest group of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers, such as Purcell, JC Bach, Chopin, Mahler and Elgar. There is also a small garden by Gertrude Jekyll, flowering from late May to early July.Additional Information: Staff-drive electric buggy available from car park to house (ask at kiosk on arrival).
Wheelchair access to ground floor, terrace and part of garden, adapted WC. Wheelchairs, wheeled walker/seat available.
Concerts in the Music Room on original instruments from the Cobbe Collection, telephone for details.
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