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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...more
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We took our grandson as he has always shown an interest in the house after the fire and what they were going to do with it. He found it very informative as we did seeing where the fire started and the what remains, but also...More
Full marks to the National Trust for the heroic work they have done so far in rescuing this house literally from ashes and presenting it as accessible to the public while conservation work is taking place. The next few years are an exciting wait to...More
If you're a little bit cynical, you could say that of all the NT's properties, Clandon may be the best to burn down. OK that's cruel and it is heartbreaking to view the burnt out shell and to consider all the years of work, craftmanship...More
It was so uplifting seeing parts of this grand mansion still intact after the devastating fire in 2015. Visitors are given a jacket and helmet and can wander around, with a guide on hand to answer questions. It was comforting seeing the basement - part...More
The large building is wrapped in scaffolding and cladding as the insurance claim gets sorted out and the plans get finalised for its rebirth. It is now possible to go into three rooms and you can look upwards to see the devastation that the fire...More
The catastrophic fire brought with it a number fascinating outcomes insofar as it gives one an insight into the property’s original construction and a flavour of how it might be reimagined. The hard hat and reflective vest regime bring with it a mild sense of...More
Just visited on 13th April. Sad sight having visited before the fire many times but at least things are moving forward. Facilities are obviously minimal but the guides are enthusiastic and informative and the gardens are of course unaffected by the fire damage, including the...More
Really enjoyed our first visit to Clandon although naturally were upset by the condition. Leah clearly and professionally explained what had happened and what the situation might be in the future, as the decision about future restoration/development is shortly top be made. It is interesting...More
Response from Hatchlands | Property representative |
Thank you for your email. We are sorry, but only assistance dogs are permitted in the gardens and house at Clandon Park. However, dogs are very welcome for park walks at nearby Hatchlands Park where there is also a dog... More
Thank you for your email. We are sorry, but only assistance dogs are permitted in the gardens and house at Clandon Park. However, dogs are very welcome for park walks at nearby Hatchlands Park where there is also a dog friendly café in the courtyard. Do visit the National Trust Hatchlands Park website for more details on facilities for dogs. Many thanks.