DiCamillo Companion

Tylney Hall

  • House & Family History: Tylney was rebuilt in 1878, but then virtually completely rebuilt again 1899-1901 to the designs of Ralph Selden Wornum in a Tudor style. The house is brick with stone dressings and has a recessed center with projecting wings. Circa 1905 Arts & Crafts details were added to the designs of Robert Weir Schultz. Tylney is today a luxury hotel.

  • Architect: Ralph Selden Wornum

    Date: 1899-1901
    Designed: Rebuilt House in Tudor style

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    Architect: Robert Weir Schultz

    Date: Circa 1905
    Designed: Arts and Crafts details to House

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  • Title: Buildings of England: Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, The
    Author: Pevsner, Nikolaus; Lloyd, David
    Year Published: 1967
    Reference: pg. 489
    Publisher: London: Penguin Books
    ISBN: NA
    Book Type: Hardback

  • House Listed: Grade II*

    Park Listed: Grade II*

  • Past Seat / Home of: Richard Child, 1st Earl Tylney, 18th century. William Richard Arthur Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley, 5th Earl of Mornington, 19th century. Sir Lionel Philips, 1898 until circa 1917. Major George Richard James Hennessy, 1st Baron Windlesham, circa 1917-19. Herbert Robin Cayzer, 1st Baron Rotherwick, 1919-33; Cayzer family here until 1946.

    Current Ownership Type: Corporation

    Primary Current Ownership Use: Hotel

    Ownership Details: Today Tylney Hall Hotel, a member of the Elite Hotels group.

  • House Open to Public: By Appointment

    Phone: 01256-764-881

    Fax: 01256-768-141

    Email: [email protected]

    Website: https://www.tylneyhall.co.uk/

    Historic Houses Member: No


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