West Horsley Place is a Grade I listed mediaeval manor house and estate of great beauty and historic significance. The manor house dates from 1425, though there has been a building on site since Saxon times. Our recent work to conserve and maintain the house has made our principal rooms safe and comfortable for public access, but the house remains on Historic England's Heritage at Risk Register.  

The West Horsley Place Trust aims to bring the house, gardens, 380-acre estate and eight Grade II listed outbuildings back into good repair and to improve people's wellbeing through art, culture, heritage & nature.

We will give people freedom to explore and discover, to create stories and become part of ours. 

We are open to booked visitors from April onwards. Details of our tours, Open Days and all our special events are listed under 'What's On'. 

Improving accessibility at West Horsley Place

The Chair of our new Access Panel talks about West Horsley Place's aims for 'Heritage Without Barriers'.

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Author: Victoria Speirs

Heritage Without Barriers

A look at how our National Lottery Heritage Fund programme has enabled hundreds of people to learn and benefit from West Horsley Place.

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Author: clare clinton

Our Environment & Sustainability Goals

West Horsley Place Trust is committed to delivering a sustainable future.

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Author: clare clinton

A New Start

Listen to Bamber Gascoigne tell the story of West Horsley Place

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Author: clare clinton

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