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Hammerwood Park

off the A264, East Grinstead RH19 3QE, England
+44 1342 850594
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Hhmmm where to start!!

So my husband and I have very different views of this! He found it so hilariously funny that he was... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2017
Pds1
,
West Sussex
via mobile
Fascinating, entertaining and interestingly different

A very different type of 'tour' with a start in what looks like Miss Haversham's dining room. With... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
Sophiebella2013
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East Grinstead, United Kingdom
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1 Mar 2017
“Fascinating, entertaining and interestingly different”
31 Jan 2017
“Be prepared for an alternative to National Trust!”
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off the A264, East Grinstead RH19 3QE, England
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Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

So my husband and I have very different views of this! He found it so hilariously funny that he was rather entertained! My view is this: we arrive at 1.45ish to the owner telling 2 other couples they were 'idiots' for parking in the wrong...More

1  Thank Pds1
Reviewed 1 March 2017

A very different type of 'tour' with a start in what looks like Miss Haversham's dining room. With guided tour of this renovated property by the owner was a unique experience followed by tea/cakes and an organ recital.

1  Thank Sophiebella2013
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Hammerwood is owned by a family that are passionate about the house. They are equally passionate about classical music and instruments. Don't expect the smooth ordered norm of a National Trust property! Is owner is very enthusiastic but he has not attended the ultra PC...More

1  Thank Zinqtraveller
Reviewed 1 August 2016

You need to understand what Hammerwood is. It's an enormous house, originally built in 1792 by Benjamin Latrobe who went on to remodel the White House, set in glorious parkland, having its glory days in the 19th century, falling into disastrious disrepair and the wreck...More

2  Thank jubilad0
Reviewed 4 December 2015

As other reviewers have mentioned this place is not open often - and even when it is you are expected to arrive at the time it opens for a guided tour. You are not free to wander independently which would be fine if this was...More

1  Thank Lynn E
Reviewed 13 July 2012

Find it down long quite bumpy drive. Inside this extraordinary Greek revival (Latrobe) stone-built house lurk many surprises. Dynamic musical & historical tour with owner (ours was with the Musicians' Company) included seeing & hearing lots of different keyboards. Curiosities of many kinds all over...More

6  Thank Frances S
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