Boston Manor is one of West London's lesser-known gems. A rare surviving Jacobean manor house built in 1623, it is set back from the road in parkland with a lake and ancient cedar trees.

It was the home of the Clitherow family for two-and-a-half centuries. King William IV and Queen Adelaide, who were friends of the Clitherows, came to dine here in 1834.

Boston Manor House - London museum

Boston Manor House

Boston Manor Road
Brentford, Middlesex.
Tel 020 8560 5441


Nearest tube: Boston Manor, Piccadilly line -
200 yards north of house.
Parking in Boston Manor Road

Boston Manor is renowned for its fine English Renaissance plaster ceilings in the State Rooms on the first floor. The ground floor rooms date from the early nineteenth century and house part of the local collection of paintings.

Opening Hours:

Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays,
from the first Saturday in April to the last Sunday in October

2.30pm - 5 pm

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

ADMISSION FREE



 
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