HOME OF SIR REGINALD & LADY SHEFFIELD
Sutton Park is a charming lived-in house, built of mellow brick in 1730 by Thomas Atkinson. The house contains beautiful eighteenth century furniture, paintings mostly from Buckingham House, now Buckingham Palace, and an important collection of porcelain. Magnificent plaster-work by Cortese.
The House is a fine example of early Georgian architecture overlooking beautiful parkland. It is filled with a rich collection of 18th century treasures all put together with great style to make a most grand but inviting lived-in stately home.
Our award-winning gardens are open to the public daily from 1 May – 29 June inclusive (except 3 May and 28 June closed for private functions) from 11am until 5pm. Last admission 4pm.
Open to the public Monday 26 May then Saturday 31 May to 29 June inclusive. Also Monday 26 August, Thursday 11 September and Friday 12 September. 1.30pm until 5pm. Guided tours at 1.30pm, 2.45pm and 4pm.
Open – Wednesday to Sunday 9.30am – 5pm for lunches and afternoon teas. Fresh scones every morning straight from the oven. All our ingredients are seasonal and freshly baked in our own kitchens.
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Sutton on the Forest
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Sutton Park Stately Home - 2014