HOUSE & GARDENS
Norwood Park is a Country House like no other. With the Park itself steeped in nearly 1,000 years of history, the House too, has seen the turn of many centuries.
Today we find it restored to its original grandeur with sweeping staircases, vast rooms, private niches, gorgeous grounds, delightful character, and more than a few hints of eccentric whimsy.
Rebuilt in the 1760's by the Sutton family during the reign of King George III, Norwood Park is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture designed in the style of John Carr of York.
Upon entering Norwood Park today, you are welcomed into a Country House home featuring magnificent proportions, stunning architectural symmetry, and countless original features.
Norwood Park is the perfect place to escape the practical and embrace the creative, indulge the senses and feed the soul.
Originally Stables and a Coach House, today these buildings have been transformed into an English Palladian style set of Reception rooms called the Gallery with seated dining for up to 180 guests.
Adjacent to the Gallery, a full bar, dance floor, and outdoor seating area complete the event space. Ideal for weddings, balls, dances and large parties.
The Gardens at Norwood Park date back to medieval times when they formed part of a series of deer parks.
Today, our guests are welcome to wander the Grounds and formal Gardens at their leisure. Whilst on your walk you may discover our Apple Orchards, Cricket Ground, Lime Walk, Lakes, Icehouse, Temple, and more.