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Georgian mansion filled with historic keyboard instruments set in rolling Repton parkland
Hatchlands Park was built in the 1750s for naval hero Admiral Edward Boscawen and his wife Fanny. They gave architect, Robert Adam, one of his first interior design commissions. His work can be seen throughout the house, particularly in ceilings and fireplaces.
Today the mansion is a family home, containing tenant Alec Cobbe’s collection of paintings and fine furniture. Also on display is the Cobbe Collection, Europe’s largest collection of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers including JC Bach, Chopin, Elgar and Bizet.
Situated on the edge of the beautiful Surrey Hills and surrounded by charming villages, this peaceful location is just 45 minutes from central London. With over 400 acres of parkland, partly landscaped by Humphry Repton, we're one of the largest country estates in the area.
You can follow five way-marked walks, see a parterre garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll, enjoy the tranquillity of the National Garden Scheme’s quiet garden, or bring the family to experience our natural adventure area for children.
Is your association or society booking your 2015 group visits? If you’ve got a party of 15 or more and are thinking about heading to Hatchlands or Clandon Park, then take a look at our groups page. Discover the benefits of a group booking, download our booking forms and info pack and find out where to get in touch.
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We hope that you had a very enjoyable day with us and would love to hear more about your visit.