West Horsley Place is an ancient estate with 300 acres of open land separating the Surrey villages of West Horsley and East Horsley, both of them featuring in the Domesday Book.
The central feature of the estate is the house known as West Horsley Place. Grade I listed, and with eight Grade II listed buildings in its immediate vicinity, all of them now in a very bad state of repair, it is of great historic importance. The estate and house belong now to the Mary Roxburghe Trust, a charity committed to restoring them to health.
From 2017 West Horsley Place will be the home of the renowned Grange Park Opera, previously in Hampshire.
The Mary Roxburghe Trust is delighted to announce that Grade I listed West Horsley Place is now available as a venue for wedding receptions and private events in exclusive partnership with leading event manager and caterer rhubarb. This is the first time that this beautiful and historically important house and gardens have been available […]
The period from October last year, when I took up the reins as the first Director of the new Mary Roxburghe Trust created by Bamber Gascoigne, has been one of intense activity. It is, in every sense of the word, a start-up; a new trust, a new project, and a new vision for the future. […]
Released in the UK on 9th June 2017 ‘My Cousin Rachel’ was one of the first films to use West Horsley Place as a location. Filmed in the spring of 2016, West Horsley Place’s ownership had recently been gifted to the Mary Roxburghe Trust by Bamber & Christina Gascoigne. Commercial activity such as filming is […]