Titsey Place in Oxted, Surrey is an impressive manor house with beautiful gardens set in the stunning countryside of the North Downs.
The House and Gardens are held in Charitable Trust and for part of the year are open to the public offering:
- Guided tours of the house which dates back to the 16th century.
- Stunning gardens including the walled kitchen gardens, landscaped lakes, and the Queen's Golden Jubilee Rose Garden.
- Picturesque parkland, bordered by broadleaf woodland and grazed by the 'Titsey Herd' of pedigree Sussex cattle.
- Woodland walks in the Titsey Plantation and High Chart with views across the Downs.
- Delicious refreshments available from the Tea Rooms.
15th May to 25th September.
House: Wednesdays, Saturdays and late May and August Bank Holidays guided tours only (1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm). Tours have limited capacity.
Gardens: 1pm to 5pm on Wednesdays,Saturdays, Sundays and late May and August Bank Holidays.
Enter RH8 OSA into your Sat Nav. This will take you to Pitchfont Lodge at the Western entrance to Titsey Park. From Pitchfont Lodge follow the signs directing you through the Park along the main driveway to Titsey Place and Gardens.
Historic Houses members visit free on normal open days.
House and Gardens - £8.00
Gardens Only - £5.00
Gardens Only (child) - £1.00
Group Tours are welcome to Titsey Place and Gardens on Wednesdays between mid-May to end of September. Tours will commence at 3.30pm.
Please call 01273 715356 for further details.
Please note there is a distance of some 600m from the Tea Rooms to Titsey Place, for those less-abled please arrange for wheelchair use.