The Polesden Lacey house nestles at the heart of a 1400 acre estate. Rich in history, the estate dates back to Roman times and enjoys stunning views over the Surrey Hills. Today the estate is looked after by the National Trust and is open all year round. It includes two working farms, ancient woodlands, historic farmsteads and rolling downland, offering a diverse range of places for wildlife to live.
Drink in the peace and beauty of the breathtaking landscapes of Polesden Lacey and the Surrey Hills beyond, as you enjoy
precious time to yourself.
There are four way-marked walks across the estate, each in differing lengths, from 1.5 miles to 4 miles. For more information about each route, pick up a walks leaflet from Visitor Reception (£1).
This walk takes you through a delightful wooded valley and passes ancient woodlands, historic farmsteads and rolling downland all offering a diverse range of habitats for wildlife.
This challenging walk takes you into the heart of Ranmore Common with fantastic views over Denbies Hillside that can be enjoyed at any time of year.
This gentle circular route follows rough tracks from Polesden Lacey across Ranmore Common to Denbies Hillside, where you will be rewarded with some stunning views.
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We welcome dogs in a large area of the gardens and Mrs Greville who owned Polesden was a bit of a dog lover too.
A large proportion of our estate is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. So if you're planning to explore the 1400 acre estate at Polesden Lacey, here are 5 interesting facts about our ancient woodland, wildlife and conservation works.
Explore our wonderfully diverse 1400 acre estate.