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Mapperton House & Gardens

The Great Hall - interior of Mapperton House
The Great Hall - interior of Mapperton House
Aerial view of Mapperton House and Gardens
The Coach House and Sawmill Cafe at Mapperton House and Gardens in Dorset
One of the bedrooms at Mapperton House
Mapperton House and Wisteria
Mapperton House and Gardens - a Best of Dorset attraction
Looking down at the Fountain Court at Mapperton Gardens in Dorset
Mapperton House Italianate garden
The Croquet Lawn at Mapperton House & Gardens
Mapperton House front
Looking across the Gardens towards the manor house
The Great Hall - interior of Mapperton HouseAerial view of Mapperton House and GardensThe Coach House and Sawmill Cafe at Mapperton House and Gardens in DorsetOne of the bedrooms at Mapperton HouseMapperton House and WisteriaMapperton House and Gardens - a Best of Dorset attractionLooking down at the Fountain Court at Mapperton Gardens in DorsetMapperton House Italianate gardenThe Croquet Lawn at Mapperton House & GardensMapperton House frontLooking across the Gardens towards the manor house

Voted ‘Nation’s Favourite Manor House’ by Country Life and location for the Netflix film ‘Rebecca’.

01308 862645
 mapperton.com

 Gardens open Sundays to Thursdays, 11am – 5pm. House currently closed.

 Mapperton, near Beaminster. Postcode: DT8 3NR

Home to the Earl and Countess of Sandwich, Mapperton is a glorious sandstone manor house and romantic valley garden deep in a lost Dorset combe among tumbling hills and unspoiled countryside. Fifteen acres of gardens descend from the croquet lawn, through the formal topiary down to the arboretum, with wonderful specimens of shrubs and trees.

Dating back to the 1540s, the House was described as ‘notably characteristic’ by Lord David Cecil, and that ‘the different ages combine to create an unexpected and richer harmony’. Guided tours are provided on the hour, allowing visitors to explore the beautifully decorated rooms and discover The Sandwich Collection, an important archive of Britain’s naval history.

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