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Titsey Place Gardens

Oxted

One of the largest surviving historic estates in Surrey. Magnificent ancestral home and gardens of the Gresham family since 1534. Walled kitchen garden restored early 1990s. Golden Jubilee rose garden. Etruscan summer house adjoining picturesque lakes and fountains. 15 acres of formal and informal gardens in an idyllic setting within the M25.
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    Dating back to the mid-sixteenth century, the home of Sir John Gresham and then the Leveson Gower family, Titsey Place is set in beautiful gardens and parkland with stunning views over the Surrey countryside. Titsey Place and its Gardens were first opened to the public by the Trustees of the Titsey Foundation in 1993. Titsey Place is striking in appearance from the outside, marked by the grand battlemented tower. The interior of the house features rooms such as the oak paneled sitting room, the Old Hall, and the gallery bedroom. Titsey is noted for its collection of family portraits and marvellous set of four Canaletto pictures. (Please note that the house is open to the public on Wednesdays and Saturdays only). The extensive gardens provide an idyllic setting. The Walled Garden has been reinstated as a working kitchen garden. The terraces provide spectacular views over the rose garden and lakes, stretching to the park and plantations beyond. The Woodland Walk is open every day of the year with two routes around the plantations. The shorter route is about 2.3 miles and the longer route negotiates steeper paths and is about 4 miles. There is no charge for the woodland walks and the walks are always open unless maintenance work is being conducted.

Features and Attractions

Tearooms with delicious home-made teas served between 12:30-5:00 on open days. Last admissions to gardens at 4pm.

For other opening times and information, please phone, email or visit garden website.

Titsey Place Gardens- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
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Owner Information

The Trustees of the Titsey Foundation
01273 715356
titsey@struttandparker.com
http://www.titsey.org

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How to find us

Titsey Place Gardens
Titsey
Oxted
Surrey
RH8 0SA

3m N of Oxted.
  • More detailed directions
    A25 between Oxted & Westerham. Follow brown heritage signs to Titsey Estate from A25 at Limpsfield or see website for directions.
Accessibility information

Dogs allowed in picnic area, car park and woodland walks. Disabled car park alongside tearooms.

More about Titsey Place Gardens

Dating back to the mid-sixteenth century, the home of Sir John Gresham and then the Leveson Gower family, Titsey Place is set in beautiful gardens and parkland with stunning views over the Surrey countryside. Titsey Place and its Gardens were first opened to the public by the Trustees of the Titsey Foundation in 1993. Titsey Place is striking in appearance from the outside, marked by the grand battlemented tower. The interior of the house features rooms such as the oak paneled sitting room, the Old Hall, and the gallery bedroom. Titsey is noted for its collection of family portraits and marvellous set of four Canaletto pictures. (Please note that the house is open to the public on Wednesdays and Saturdays only). The extensive gardens provide an idyllic setting. The Walled Garden has been reinstated as a working kitchen garden. The terraces provide spectacular views over the rose garden and lakes, stretching to the park and plantations beyond. The Woodland Walk is open every day of the year with two routes around the plantations. The shorter route is about 2.3 miles and the longer route negotiates steeper paths and is about 4 miles. There is no charge for the woodland walks and the walks are always open unless maintenance work is being conducted.

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