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Broadlands Summary

  • Address: Romsey, SO51 9ZD (Map)
  • Tel: +44 (0)1794 505010
  • Fax: +44 (0)1794 505040
  • Owner: Lord & Lady Brabourne
  • Administrator: Jan Godwin
  • E-mail: Click here to contact
 

Broadlands Description

Broadlands is well remembered as a royal honeymoon pad, and who can blame them? They must have felt very much at home. The house has had a major overhaul and if you fancy a spot of guiding you will be welcomed with open arms.

Henry Holland completed the house in the later 1700s, although the earliest dwelling was a part of Romsey Abbey before the time of the Conquest. The Mountbatten family, whose home it is, have an extensive history going back to those times.

The gracious grounds lead down to the river, the house still has about it that formality that is a strange blend of architecture and politics, and is well worth exploring.

Opening Times - 2012

  • 25th June - 7th September: Monday - Friday, 1 - 5.30 pm (last admission 4 pm)

Admission Prices - 2012

  • Adult - £8.00
  • Child (5-16) - £4.00
  • Group (15+) - £7.00. Includes a guided tour of the house and access to the riverside lawn.

Your Reviews of Broadlands

Brian Howat (04 July 2003)

Broadlands shouldn't be missed, if - like me - you are a keen Royalist, you must go to see the fascinating Mountbatten Exhibition.

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Additional Info for Broadlands

  • YesGroups
  • YesDisabled Access
  • YesPicnics
  • YesGuides
  • YesConferences
  • YesCar Parking

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