Stansted Park

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Stansted House
Stansted House
Stansted House
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Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
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Chapel of St Paul
Chapel of St Paul
Chapel of St Paul
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Music Room
Music Room
Music Room
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Bluebells
Bluebells
Bluebells
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Dutch Garden
Dutch Garden
Dutch Garden
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Weddings at Stansted Park
Weddings at Stansted Park
Weddings at Stansted Park
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Overview

A real hidden gem, tucked away in the forest on the Sussex and Hampshire border, Stansted House sits regally within 1800 acres of ancient forest. A wonderful Edwardian house, once the hub of aristocratic society, Stansted is historically fascinating, its grand staterooms left as if the Earl of Bessborough (who made the house home in 1924) was just out of the room for a moment. Downstairs, the servants' quarters are on display, again set out as they would have been back in the house's heyday. Don't miss the stunning Chapel of St Paul too, once an inspiration to Keats. Outside, children will love the yew maze and the Stansted Park Light Railway – if it's nice weather, take a picnic and explore Stansted Park. There's also a craft workshop where pottery takes place which you can follow up with a light lunch in the Pavilion Tea Room. Drop in on the farm shop to pick up a few local delicacies and the garden centre for a little light shopping.

Facilities & information

Summary

Gift shop

Gardens

Facilities

Shop

Food

Tea Room

Extra info

Open Times: Easter to the end Sep, Sun to Wed, 13:00-17:00 9last admission 4pm)
Price Details: House & Chapel: Adult £10.00, Child £5.00, OAP/Student £8.00, Family £25.00. Pre-booked schools & groups welcome.

Arrival information & directions

Address: Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, Rowland's CastlePO9 6DX, United Kingdom

Follow signs to Stansted House from A3 southbound (J2 Emsworth) or A27 Havant exit.

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