House with opulent Edwardian interiors set in beautiful downland countryside
- Opulent Edwardian interior with fine collection of 'Old Masters' paintings
- Variety of walks in elegant gardens and landscaped park
- Sweeping valley views across the North Downs
- King George VI and the Queen Mother honeymooned here
There is a series of art installations around the garden exploring the English preoccupation with garden space.
There has been a house on this site since at least 1336. The name 'Polesden' is Saxon and belonged to the earliest recorded owner Herbert de Polesden, who was selling land here in 1198
Polesden Lacey, a 1400-acre estate, is situated on the North Downs and commands some of the finest views in Surrey.
The Edwardian Garden extends to 30 acres with 10 acres of lawns and elegant grass terraces, including a walled rose garden, summer border and winter displays.
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Thought to be Britain’s oldest continuously inhabited house
- Clandon Park
- Claremont Landscape Garden
- Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden
- Hampton Court
- Hatchlands Park
- Loseley Park
- Painshill Park
- Petworth Park
- Polesden Lacey
- Winkworth Arboretum