Is hatchlands park free?

Parking: Free, 275 yards from house entrance. SatNav: Follow brown signs to main visitor car park on A246.

Who lives at Hatchlands Park?

Lord Rendel bought Hatchlands Park from the Sumner family in 1888, he made many changes to the house and gardens and his family continued to live here until the late 1950s.

Are bluebells out at hatchlands?

Beautiful bluebells Each April and May our woodland breaks out into a riot of colour, a sea of bluebells stretching from one end of the wood to the other.

Are dogs allowed at Hatchlands Park?

Dogs are welcome, under close control, in designated parkland areas including along all our park walks. It’s essential that all dogs are kept on leads in fields containing livestock.

What time on a Friday do National Trust tickets go on sale?

Tickets for National Trust locations are now (during Covid-19) released on their website at Midnight on Thursdays /early Friday mornings.

When was hatchlands house built?

National Trust – Hatchlands Park/Opened

What time of year do bluebells bloom?

Bluebells usually flower from mid-April to late May, depending on the weather. If spring is mild they tend to bloom early.

Where are the bluebells in Surrey?

There are magical bluebell spots at Franks Wood at Leith Hill, Limpsfield Common, near Oxted and Gatton Park, near Reigate. Bluebells at Blakes Wood, Essex, in spring.

Is Leeds Castle National Trust or English Heritage?

Great British Heritage Pass includes National Trust and English Heritage sites, Welsh and Scottish sites, plus royal sites and other private places like Leeds Castle.

Is Chatsworth House National Trust?

Is Chatsworth a National Trust or English Heritage property? Chatsworth is not part of the National Trust or English Heritage, so standard admission prices apply. Chatsworth is one of the Treasure Houses of England.

Is it illegal to pick bluebells?

The bluebell is protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981). This means digging up the plant or bulb in the countryside is prohibited and landowners are prohibited from removing bluebells from their land to sell.

What are pink bluebells called?

Spanish Bluebells
Spanish Bluebells (Hyacinthoides) are a Pink variety like the classic bluebell. This is a hardy bulb with fragrant bell-shaped flowers.

Where is Hatchlands Park in East Clandon Surrey?

Hatchlands Park is a red-brick country house with surrounding gardens in East Clandon, Surrey, England, covering 170 hectares (430 acres). It is located near Guildford along the A246 between East Clandon and West Horsley. Hatchlands Park has been a Grade I listed property since 1967.

When is the 75th anniversary of Hatchlands Park?

2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the acquisition of Hatchlands Park by the National Trust. Against a backdrop of the destruction of vast swathes of Britain’s great houses, H.S. Goodhart-Rendel was determined that his beloved Hatchlands Park should be preserved.

Which is the nearest train station to Hatchlands Park?

Clandon Station (CLA), Station Road, West Clandon, GU4 7TE is approximately 2.5 miles from Hatchlands Park. It is situated on the London Waterloo to Guildford mainline. There is no taxi rank at this station.

Is the Hatchlands house open to the public?

The house, parkland, garden, café and bookshop have all reopened. The house is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Click here to find out what you can expect from your visit and some answers to our most frequently asked questions.