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West Green House
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The eighteenth century West Green House is a National Trust property. This grotto dates from the late 1970's and was constructed for Lord McAlpine. The architect was Quinlan Terry and the garden design included a nymphaeum fountain.
Should the grounds be closed, the grotto can be seen from the public footpath that runs down the side of the 10 acre gardens. Inside the grotto there is a water fountain. A short distance away the grotto is guarded by a stone gentleman leaning on an obelisk.
The National Trust run the garden open days.
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GREAT BRITISH GROTTO GRADING
On private property, Open set times only
Access by Road, Access on Foot, Entry Fee, Grotto - just one, Restaurant/Food, Toilets
Country town/village, National Trust Property, Rural
England - Southern
THE FEATURES PRESENT
+Cared for and maintained in good condition, +Dark and mysterious chambers and cave like spaces, +External rock structures, either real or simulated, +Internal stonework that is natural, recycled or simulated to give a subterranean decor, +Sacred spring or integral water feature, +Stunning setting and location, GRADED SIX