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Nonsuch Mansion

Nonsuch Park
Ewell Road

About the mansion

Nonsuch mansion has some wonderful history – standing on the east side of Nonsuch Park close to the site of Henry VIII’s infamous Nonsuch Palace, long ruined but never forgotten.

For many centuries, all that remained of the palace were ruins, memories and the name – Nonsuch.

This spirit was reborn under the reign of George III when a series of wealthy families built their mansion homes within the park, evolving it over time into the fabulous Grade II listed building that you see today.

The original building dates from the late seventeen hundreds, but the greater part, including the south front and the staterooms, were rebuilt for Samuel Farmer between 1802 and 1806. He commissioned visionary architect Jeffrey Wyatt to recreate a “modern echo” of Henry’s Palace – elegant state rooms, striking parapets and stunning gardens all graciously mirror their majestic predecessor. Wyatt’s distinctive Tudor Gothic style can also be seen at his masterpiece Windsor Castle.
Dinner & Dance   120 Dinner & Dance
Banquet   120 Banquet
Car Parking   Complimentary for Greenleaf Events
Onsite Acccommodation   Onsite Accommodation
Outdoor Space   Outdoor Space
Civil Ceremony  Civil Ceremony
Mandap Ceremony  Mandap Ceremony
Segregation   Segregation

Room Capacity

Room Name Dinner Dance Banquet
Orchid Room120120

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A very high-quality caterer that provides exquisite food and unmatchable service.

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