Opening Times

We are pleased to announce that the gardens and tea room are open from the 15th May 2021. Following the government’s latest announcement, we are unable to open the house at present.

We hope to be able to do so from Wednesday 21st July (subject to the latest government guidance) and please check back on the website nearer the time prior to booking.

  House Gardens* Tearooms
Wednesday 1pm-5pm 1pm-5pm 9.30am-5pm
Saturday 1pm-5pm 1pm-5pm 9:30am-5pm
Sunday CLOSED 1pm-5pm 1pm-5pm
Late May/August Bank
Holiday Mondays
OPEN 1pm-5pm 1pm-5pm

* please pre-book your garden visit, last visit admission is 4pm. Slots are every half an hour between 1pm and 4pm.

We ask visitors to pre-book their garden and house visits using this link:


If you are unable to do so, please contact the office via

National Garden Scheme (NGS) Days for 2021 are; May 23rd, June 20th, July 18th, August 15th. 1.00pm-5.00pm each day

Group Tours

The House remains closed to the public until July, therefore we are unable to host group tours at present. However, we do hope to open later in the Summer and please contact the office for the latest on our opening times.

Please note there is a distance of some 300m from the Tea Rooms to Titsey Place, for those less-abled please arrange for wheelchair use.

Admission Prices

Gardens Only - £6.00
Gardens Only (child) - £2.00

House and Gardens - £8.00

Visitors with HHA membership or those visiting with the NGS should still pre-book their visit.

Should visitors wish to visit the tearooms prior to a tour, they should allow at least an hour.

We are requesting that all visitors pay by card for admissions to the gardens and for all purchases at the tea rooms.

General Information

Unfortunately we cannot admit dogs to the House or Gardens except guide dogs. Dogs are welcome on the Woodlands Walks and in the general picnic area near the visitors' car park.

Disability access - the gardens have well formed paths and are generally accessible for wheelchairs and mobility scooters. The house tour covers two floors and there are also steps between many of the rooms. It is therefore not suited to anyone with severe mobility problems. The tearoom has good disability access; there is also a disabled car park immediately alongside the tearoom.

Tea Rooms

The tea rooms are open to visitors but may have a reduced selection of cakes and edibles on offer as we adapt to the new regulations. There also may be very limited seating available. Thank you for your understanding.

In a recent survey, 90% of visitors thought their visit was 'excellent' or 'very good' value for money