Hatchlands Park was built in the 1750s for Admiral Edward Boscawen and his wife Fanny. They gave architect, Robert Adam, one of his earliest commissions. His work can be seen in interiors throughout the house.
#3. "RE: Hatchlands Park" In response to Reply # 2
Thanks a lot Rick and Russ, glad it works for you. Yes, it's very nice house and estate and is situated in the county of Surrey in the UK. Inside the house there is the world’s largest collection of composer related keyboards upon which J.C.Bach, Chopin, Mahler & Elgar, to mention a few, have played.
#6. "RE: Hatchlands Park" In response to Reply # 5
Thanks a lot Peter and Izzie. I always think that type of sky is more interesting if you are lucky enough to have those conditions.
Izzie. Unfortunately you are only allowed to photograph externally in most National Trust properties, of which this is one of hundreds. Photography inside is mostly banned although you see the odd mobile phone being used secretly... but you wouldn't get away with that with a DSLR.