The Trustees of the Titsey Foundation are pleased to announce that the gardens and tea rooms will be opening to the public once more from 8th July. Visitors are requested to pre-book visit slots to see the gardens which can be done by emailing or via phone on 07889 052 461. We will only be accepting card payments. The tea rooms are open to all visitors without booking but if you are a large group you are advised to contact the office in advance as we have limited seating. Visitors are reminded to adhere to government guidance on social distancing at all times, and should please follow the direction of stewards at Titsey to ensure that they have a safe and enjoyable visit. Sadly, the house remains closed to the public at this time.

The greenhouses unfortunately remain closed to visitors at present because of social distancing concerns.

Welcome to Titsey Place and Gardens in Oxted, Surrey

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.

Titsey is one of the largest surviving historic estates in Surrey and dates back to the mid-sixteenth century