Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Hampshire

Please note that not all properties included in this section offer free access to HHA Friends. Those that offer free access have the words Free to Friends in the More Information section on the right hand side of their entries and are also listed in the annual Friends Handbook. No other properties can be visited free.

Showing 9 properties in Hampshire

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Stratfield Saye - Hampshire
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Given to the first Duke of Wellington by a grateful nation after the Battle of Waterloo in 1817. A classic English country house, the core of which dates from 1630 with Dutch-style gables. Filled with memorabilia of the Great Duke and his adversary, Napol... read more
Avington Park - Hampshire
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Restoration house of brick with giant Doric portico by John James (who assisted Wren to build Greenwich Hospital) for George Brydges, who died in the lake rescuing his pet dog. Sumptous painted interiors and further elaborations by the 18th century Duke o... read more
Beaulieu - Hampshire
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Palace House has been home to Lord Montagu's family since 1538 when it was converted from the great gatehouse of the Cistercian abbey founded in 1204, and further enlarged in the 19th century - keeping most of its monastic features, including the graceful... read more
Breamore House - Hampshire
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Gabled Elizabethan manor house of deep red brick with interiors rebuilt in 1856. Fine collection of paintings and furniture, including 14 paintings looted from Philip IV of Spain. Collection also includes museum of rural life showing self-sufficient villa... read more
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Houghton Lodge is a Grade II* Historic House, stunningly situated on a hilltop, overlooking an open and gently curving stretch of the River Test with its swans and water meadows.

Built sometime before 1799 and probably intended as a fishin... read more
Cadland House - Hampshire
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Originally monastic lands, Cadland Estate has changed hands only a few times in its temporal history. The Estate originally stretched from Hythe pier southwards down to the Solent shore but suffered two major sales, the first in 1895 and the second in 19... read more
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NB this property does not offer free access to HHA Friends and Members.

Elizabethan manor house which has been in the Knight family for over 400 years and once belonged to Jane Austen's brother, Edward, who was adopted by childless K... read more
Penton Park - Hampshire
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Penton Park features a Grade II listed country house, painted ceilings and decorative fireplaces throughout. There are several acres of garden including wheelcha... read more
The Grange Estate - Hampshire
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The historic core of the Estate is Grange Park, a 600 acre landscaped park which contains The Grange, an important Grade I listed neo-classical country house. The house is no longer occupied but provides an ideal venue for parties and wedding receptions,... read more