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Appuldurcombe House, Isle of Wight

Department of the Environment

Appuldurcombe House, Isle of Wight

by Department of the Environment

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Published by H.M.S.O in London .
Written in English


About the Edition

House built by the Worsley family.

Edition Notes

Folding map inside back cover.

Statement(by) L.O.J. Boynton.
ContributionsBoynton, Lindsay Oliver John., Worsley family.
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p., plates :
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20786487M

  The Isle of Wight is a beautiful British Isles getaway. Miles of coastline ideal for exploring by bike, classic hotels, unusual landmarks and fun boat tours. In this Isle of Wight travel guide I. The Ox House (ref UK) dates back to and has a private walled garden that is even older, where you can relax and unwind, or perhaps enjoy a family barbecue. Appuldurcombe Farm is located about 3 miles away from the Victorian seaside town of Ventnor which offers a range of amenities such as shops, cafés and pubs.

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Appuldurcombe Garden Holiday Park is situated in Wroxall. The rooms at the resort are fitted with a TV and a kitchen. All units will provide guests with a microwave. Shanklin is miles from Appuldurcombe Garden Holiday Park, /10(5). We currently have 59 Hotels near Appuldurcombe House - Isle of Wight with prices starting from £29 per more information on how use this page please read the following paragraphs. Ratings for quality and value are currently held by many of the Hotels near Appuldurcombe House - Isle of Wight, which means that you can rest assured that great attention is being paid to the provision of.

Appuldurcombe Gardens Holiday Park was originally part of the grounds of an 18th century historical house, it is a haven for wildlife, an ideal spot for bird watchers, walkers and cyclists. The Park has been awarded 5 stars with English Tourism and a VisitEngland ROSE Award in Location: Appuldurcombe Road, Wroxall, PO38 3EP, Isle of Wight.   The year-old mansion on the Appuldurcombe estate was once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight but was damaged during the Second World War when it .


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Hotels near Appuldurcombe House: ( km) Appuldurcombe Gardens Holiday Park ( km) Godshill Park Cottages ( km) Little Span Farm ( km) Clevelands Country House self catering holidays on the beautiful Isle of Wight ( km) Dubarry Downs Apartment; View all hotels near Appuldurcombe House on Tripadvisor4/5().

Begun in the early 18th century as the seat of the Worsley family, Appuldurcombe was once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight. A later owner, Sir Richard Worsley, the 7th baronet, gained notoriety for a court case in which his wife, Seymour, admitted to having had 27 lovers.

Appuldurcombe was a masterpiece of English Baroque. Once the grandest and most striking house on the Isle of Wight, Appuldurcombe's 18th century baroque elegance is still notable today in the partly restored shell of the building.

Admire the delightful east front and stroll peacefully through Lancelot 'Capability' Brown's 11 acres of grounds. A perfect place for a picnic and the grounds are a.

Appuldurcombe Farm, Wroxall, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, PO38 3EW | [email protected] Telephone: extension 1 [email protected] Hotels near Appuldurcombe House: ( mi) Appuldurcombe Gardens Holiday Park ( mi) Godshill Park Cottages ( mi) Little Span Farm ( mi) Clevelands Country House self catering holidays on the beautiful Isle of Wight ( mi) Dubarry Downs Apartment; View all hotels near Appuldurcombe House on Tripadvisor4/5().

Appuldurcombe House, Wroxall, Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom. likes. Your place for everything Appuldurcombe created by former schoolboy guide, key keeper 5/5(2). There are several haunted manor homes on the Isle of Wight, but the old bones of Appuldurcombe House are said to be one of the most haunted on the island.

The site was originally a Norman priory. Appuldurcombe House was once the grandest house on the Isle Isle of Wight book Wight, beginning in the Appuldurcombe House 18th century as the seat of the Worsley family.

At its time, it was a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture and now, despite being a shell of what it once was, it still retains its former dignity and many fine architectural details. "Appuldurcombe Gardens Holiday Park has the perfect blend of facilities for your relaxing family holiday.

Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this delightful park is uniquely situated in the grounds of Appuldurcombe House’s old walled garden on well-tended lawns with some of the original fruit trees from which you are free to help yourself.\\n\\nSurrounded by open countryside and /10(40).

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Isle of Wight Hostels; Isle of Wight Campgrounds; By Hotel 4/5(). In the mid 18th century, this house was built for the Worsley family. With stunning architecture, Appuldurcombe was once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight.

Sir Richard Worsley, the 7th baronet, inherited the property and gained notoriety for a court case in which his wife, Seymour, admitted to having had 27 lovers. Attractions near Appuldurcombe House: ( km) The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary ( km) House of Chilli ( km) St Boniface Old Church; View all attractions near Appuldurcombe House on Tripadvisor4/5().

Appuldurcombe is also known as Appledorecombe or Appledore Combe. It is a grand 18th-century Baroque house once owned by the Worsley family. It has windows and 52 rooms. The house is located in Wroxall on the Isle of Wight. The house is now open to. The Isle of Wight’s, Appuldurcombe House is open for daily tours.

And the council will occasionally allow ghost hunters in to investigate the building. Their hope, evidence will be provided to back up their assertion that this ancient manor is truly haunted by the spirits of : Rick Hale.

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Isle of Wight Hostels; Isle of Wight Campgrounds; By Hotel Brand. OYO 4/5(). Though many of English Heritage’s Free-to-Enter sites remain open to visitors, unfortunately it has been necessary – as a result of advice relating to coronavirus - to close Appuldurcombe House for operational reasons, in order to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff.

Appuldurcombe has a very colourful past; its uses include a spell as a hotel, an academy for young gentlemen, as a refuge for exiled monks, and accommodation for troops during both World Wars. It’s also regarded by some as one of the most haunted places on the Isle of Wight, with frequent claimed sightings of ghosts in and around the house.

7 bed Grade II listed family home in Queen Anne style for sale in Easton-in-Gordano - £, - Duration: PropertySearchTVUK Recommended for you. Overview Appuldurcombe Farm is a acre livestock farm that has been in the same family for a number of years.

The farm is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Chalk Downs between the villages of Wroxall and Godshill and at its highest. Begun in the early 18th century as the seat of the Worsley family, Appuldurcombe was once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight.

Appuldurcombe was a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture, and though now a graceful shell, still retains more than a ghost of its former dignity, and many fine architectural on: 12 Bugle Street, Southampton, SO14 2JY.

Isle of Wight Owl and Falconry Centre and Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary are some sights worth a visit in the area. Ventnor Beach is also located 2 mi ( km) from Appuldurcombe House, and Shanklin Theatre is mi (4 km) away.

We visited Appuldurcombe House during our July break on the Isle of Wight. We arrived as soon as the house opened and were surprised to discover a few other visitors waiting to enter the house at the same time.

Appuldurcombe house was once the most beautiful stately home on the I sle of Wight, but years of neglect and one German bomb in WWII.The C16 house is thought to be the one illustrated in Richard Worsley’s ‘History of the Isle of Wight’ of which is annotated by Robert Worsley ‘Appuldurcombe as I found it in all of which I have left not one stone standing’.