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Clandon Park

| West Clandon, Guildford GU4 7RQ, England
+44 1483 222482
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Fascinating restoration project.

This is a different kind of visit - to a house that was gutted by fire in 2015. You can book a... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2017
Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom
Really friendly welcome, helpful staff and good service..

Having seen the very negative review I was surprised by the helpfulness of the man who answered the... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2017
elisabeth m
Guildford, United Kingdom
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Clandon Park was built by a Venetian architect in the 1720s. One of the country’s most complete examples of a Palladian mansion, it featured original stucco ceilings and marble fireplaces. The house was refurbished during the 1960s to house a collection of 18th-century furniture and porcelain acquired by collector Hannah Gubbay. Sadly, in April 2015, a fire broke out, causing significant damage and effectively leaving the house a shell. In response the National Trust has launched its largest project in a generation. After 14 months of work the large-scale salvage phase was completed. We’ve since announced ambitious plans to rebuild Clandon Park which will honour its rich history, but also create vibrant, modern spaces to breathe new life into the house. You can visit the house between April and October to see inside the Saloon, State Bedroom and Marble Hall. Timed tickets are available on arrival at Visitor Reception, allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
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“marble hall” (16 reviews)
“garden centre” (14 reviews)
“national trust” (27 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
| West Clandon, Guildford GU4 7RQ, England
+44 1483 222482
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Reviewed 13 May 2017

This is a different kind of visit - to a house that was gutted by fire in 2015. You can book a 'hard hat' tour which takes you inside the shell so you can see the extent of the damage. A guide takes you through...More

Thank ShelleyAnne56
cland0npark, Public Relations Manager at Clandon Park, responded to this reviewResponded 24 May 2017

Hi Shelley Anne Thank you so much for your feedback. We are so pleased to welcome visitors back into the house and are glad that you found it fascinating. Please continue to follow our story as we work towards restoring this magnificent house. Look forward...More

Reviewed 11 May 2017

Having seen the very negative review I was surprised by the helpfulness of the man who answered the phone. He quickly went off to check on stocks of the item I wanted. When I arrived at the centre the staff were helpful, especially the man...More

Thank elisabeth m
cland0npark, Public Relations Manager at Clandon Park, responded to this reviewResponded 16 May 2017

Hi Elisabeth Thanks for taking the time to review, although the garden centre and their café are separate from Clandon Park. It sounds as though you had a good experience, which I'm sure they will be pleased to hear. Kind Regards Clandon Park.

Reviewed 14 September 2016

You can book on - line to have a guided tour of the burnt shell,, which is actually more interesting than you might think. As if you can access the site the N T are intending to increase the areas to visit as it all...More

Thank Richard T
Reviewed 28 June 2016

This is a beautiful building with marble flooring and some outstanding features. Sadly due to fire this property is not open to visitors at the time. Extensive repairs are to be undertaken.

Thank traveller15553
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Prior to the terrible fire which has destroyed this once beautiful building ,we visited on many occasions. It was a lovely Nat/Trust property with walks and many interesting special days.Lets hope it is restored and future generations can enjoy what we once shared. ******Garden centre...More

Thank j b
Reviewed 25 May 2016

I have visited Clandon house many times and have attended several weddings here so it is so sad to see the massive damage caused by the fire and to see so much still left to do before the site can recover. Normally I would recommend...More

Thank Tim G
Reviewed 6 February 2016 via mobile

Trip Advisor suggested I might like to review this building so we assumed progress has been made after the dreadful fire. We were disappointed to find it was still completely covered in scaffolding and there was no restorative work being done. I think it will...More

Thank Sheep_and_goats
Reviewed 9 November 2015

Still closed after the devastating fire and sorely missed. I hope that the NT don't mess up the restoration and make it fake

1  Thank 666Bunty
Reviewed 16 October 2015

Yes, there was a terrible fire on 29th April. Yes, a huge amount was lost. We wept for that, then blew our noses and started looking at what we've still got: the walls are intact, nearly a quarter of the house escaped with little or...More

1  Thank Nyree13
Reviewed 14 October 2015

This park has the joint benefits of an interesting house and great parkland to walk in. The walk round the perimeter is varied and offers a variety of terrains, including woodland, enclosed paths and open fields, as well as a pleasant duckpond. It is also...More

1  Thank Robin S
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