Osterley Park and House, Isleworth

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Osterley Park is a large park and one of the largest open spaces in London. In its grounds, there is a large mansion which is often referred to as 'Osterley House'. The park lies between Osterley, Isleworth; Heston, Hounslow; Norwood Green, Southall, Hanwell, Ealing and Brentford, in the London Boroughs of Hounslow and Ealing. It is operated by the National Trust.


When the house was built it was surrounded by countryside. It was one of a group of large houses close to London which served as country retreats for wealthy families. Other surviving country retreats of this type near London include Syon House and Chiswick House. The park is one of the largest open spaces in west London, although the M4 motorway cuts across the middle of it.
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  • On the edge of West London is a gem the National Trust’s Osterley House and parkland. Fascinating house of Richard Adam design to visit, a large area of parkland to stroll in with two lakes. A cafe...  more »
  • Absurdly high price got a room the size of a closet. I was there in June of 2019 and almost passed out from the heat. No AC, not even a fan, no air circulation at all and inadequate to nonexistent...  more »
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  • Excellent place to go to. It has a sense of serene calmness even when there’s plenty of people around. I haven’t been into the Osterley House but the grounds themselves are really good. There is plenty of space for kids to run around (mind the pond and steep steps!). There is a massive fenced areas where children can really have a great time). The parking charges are excessive even by London standards, £7 per car - free for National Trust members. I suggest parking off street and walking. Lesser charge and you get a nice, long walk to the actual grounds. The walk itself is very pretty and tree lined.
  • A lovely house and garden to explore. The national trust are once again doing a great job at preservation of this site. Check times of guided tours as different parts of house are open through out year.The gardens ate stunning and its woodlands are great for a short stroll. The tea room is excellent. It’s close to the London Underground from the centre of London.

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