Dog Friendly Day Out in Southern England

Isle of Wight
PO38 3EW

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DogPeople Says : Appuldurcombe House

Hamish visited Appuldurcombe House in July 2007 during a short break to the Isle of Wight. He and his people enjoyed the mostly ruined house and its impressive gardens. A couple of rooms have been restored to give an idea of the house’s splendour at its height. The Tudor cellars are surprisingly extensive – giving an idea of how important this house once was. Information boards give an account of the house’s history – with a few photos of its time as a school. This was an ideal visit for an aging Hamish!


Key Info:
0.5 mile Wroxall off B3327 (OS Map 196; ref SZ 543800).

The shell of Appuldurcombe, once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight and still an important example of English Baroque architecture: the 1701 south front has now been restored. It stands in 'Capability' Brown-designed grounds. An exhibition of photographs and prints depict the house and its history. You can also visit the Freemantle Gate (part of the 1770s neo-Classical additions to the estate) on the nearby public footpath, and the adjacent Falconry Centre (not managed by English Heritage). Managed by Mr and Mrs Owen.

Opening Times:
Check the English Heritage website for details.

Dog Restrictions:
Dogs on leads are welcome - contact site for any restrictions. Assistance dogs are welcome everywhere.

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