Goddards was built by Edwin Lutyens in 1898-1900 and enlarged by him in 1910. It is considered to be one of his most important early houses designed in the traditional Surrey style and with a garden laid out in collaboration with Gertrude Jekyll.
*We are sorry but we’ve had to suspend these visiting arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic in order to keep our staff safe. We’ll reinstate them as soon as things get back to normal.*
Part of the ground floor and the garden are open for visits by appointment on Wednesday afternoons from 2.30pm to 5pm from the Wednesday after Easter until the last Wednesday of October. Only those with pre-booked tickets will be admitted. Tickets cost £4 and can be booked via the Landmark Trust Booking Office either by email at [email protected] or by telephone 01628 825925 between 9-12 noon. Please note that numbers for each tour are limited. A guide book is available to purchase at Goddards for £2.
Read about the history and restoration of Goddards.