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. The house is currently on Historic England's Heritage At Risk Register and along with the outbuildings is in a very bad state of repair. 

The Mary Roxburghe Trust aims to restore the house, gardens, 380-acre estate and 8 Grade II listed outbuildings to create a vibrant centre for the performing and visual arts and the teaching of crafts. After 1000 years of private ownership West Horsley Place will be reborn as a place for everyone to enjoy, whether as a visitor to the house or garden or as a student learning a new craft. There is a great history to be discovered, and a new role for this grand old house to play in its community. 

Walled Garden Appeal

Support us to uncover the secrets of the gardens of West Horsley Place.


Author: catherine Day

Target amount: £10,000.00

Amount raised: £100.00


Group Tours

Book a private group tour of West Horsley Place


Author: catherine Day

Latest events

  • Christmas Craft Fair 2019

    Join us for a Christmas Craft Fair at West Horsley Place 27th November to 1st December 2019. Read more

  • West Horsley Village Fete 2019

    West Horsley Place is delighted to once again host the spectacular West Horsley Village Fete. Read more

Latest stories

  • Cranmore Prep Fun Run to Use West Horsley Place Estate

    We are delighted to support our friend and neighbour Cranmore School on 30th June by providing land for their Fun Run for pupils and their families and friends. Read more

  • Meet New Gardener Nicky Webber

    The Mary Roxburghe Trust is delighted that we have been joined by new Gardener Nicky Webber. We caught up with her to find our more about the challenge that awaits her in our five acres of 18th century walled gardens. Read more

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