Welcome to Trafalgar Park
A fine Grade 1 listed historic house situated near Salisbury, Wiltshire; is a family home also used to host a small number of weddings & receptions, corporate events and private parties. Originally known as Standlynch Park, the centre 'villa' was built in 1733 for Sir Peter Vandeput; Henry Dawkins MP acquired the Estate in 1766 adding the North & South wings - and the impressive Portico. In 1813 Parliament voted to provide a suitable estate for the heirs of Admiral Lord Nelson and to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar - so the Estate was acquired for the new 1st Earl Nelson and re-named Trafalgar Park.
Trafalgar Park and it's original Standlynch Church ( founded in 1146 ) is perfectly situated within an English Heritage Listed Parkland overlooking the River Avon.
See HISTORY tab above for more information.