The picturesque house has been a family home since 1522 and is of great historic and architectural interest. It was here that Sir John Oglander, was host to Charles I on his last night of freedom and modern day visitors can still see the Parlour Chamber in which they met. The house is beautifully furnished and Nunwell is surrounded by 5 acres of tranquil gardens including a walled garden also enjoying the views across the Solent.
Visitor Opening Times
For opening times and prices please click on the following link www.nunwellhouse.co.uk.
PLEASE NOTE NUNWELL HOUSE IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE HHA FRIENDS SCHEME AND MEMBERS & FRIENDS WILL HAVE TO PAY AN ENTRANCE FEE TO VISIT THIS PROPERTY
Please note that these opening times are correct to the best of the HHA’s knowledge, as advised by the property. Opening times may change and a property may very occasionally need to close at short notice. We therefore recommend you check with the property before your visit, by phone or on the property’s website, especially if your journey is likely to be a long one.
Available as a film location.
Groups and special visits
A family home since 1522. Jacobean and Georgian wings. Good furniture and tranquil gardens. The house in which King Charles I spent his last night of freedom. Groups are welcome throughout the year by arrangement.
Tailor Made Facilities
|Visits to House||Yes|
|Visits to Garden||Yes|
|Contact:|| ||Mr and Mrs Steven Bonsey|
|Address:|| ||Nunwell House|
|County:|| ||Isle of Wight|
|Postcode:|| ||PO36 0JQ|
|Phone:|| ||01983 407240|