The house is situated near to Wroxall on the Isle of Wight, England.
It is now managed by English Heritage and is open to the public. A small part of the large 1.2 km² estate that once surrounded it, is still intact, but other features of the estate are still visible in the surrounding farmland and nearby village of Wroxall, including the entrance to the park, the Freemantle Gate, now used only by farm animals and pedestrians.#more
Although the house is now mainly a shell, its front section has been re-roofed and glazed, and a small part of the interior recreated. The house has become well known as one of the most haunted places on the island. There are frequent tales and claimed sightings of ghosts, phantoms and other supernatural phenomena. During the summer holidays, weekly ghost walks are held at Appuldurcombe every Thursday evening.
As of September 2015, Appuldurcombe House and surrounding estate are for sale for £6 million.
Parking available approximately 150 metres from the house.
Dogs on a lead allowed. Assistance dogs welcome.
Please note: There are no public toilets available to visitors to the house. The nearest pubic toilets are in Godshill.