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Waverley Abbey House

Waverley Abbey House, Waverley Lane, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8EP

Magnificent Grade II* Listed mansion with lake, opposite Waverley Abbey ruins. The original house was built in 1723 by Sir John Aislabie MP using stone from the abbey ruins, but it was rebuilt and extended in the 19th century following a fire. In the First World War it was a military hospital and later it was converted to apartments. Since the 1980s the present owners have carried out careful and extensive restoration and it is now a venue for conferences and events.

On Sunday, there will be guided tours of the interior of the house and then visitors can view the grounds on their own.

This event took place in September 2016 and the entry is now archived.

Website

farnhamsociety.org.uk/whats-happening/heritage-open-days/
www.waverleyabbeyhouse.org.uk

Organised by

The Farnham Society & Farnham Town Council

Date last modified: 3rd August 2016 at 12:13