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A charming, unique English country house and accredited museum, home to the late Denys Eyre Bower's fascinating collection of art & antiquities, and serving scrumptious cream teas in our traditional Tea Room, as well as being an award-winning...more
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Chiddingstone Castle Hill Hoath Road, Chiddingstone TN8 7AD, England
All reviews tea room cream tea worth a visit afternoon tea vintage fair scones eclectic collection owned by the national trust suits of armour herbaceous borders pleasant grounds on display wooden bridge old village large country house mulled wine pleasant walk
Although it is called Castle it started as a house with Tudor origins that became a castle. In WW2 it was a military base and then in 1955 it was purchased by a bank clerk called Denys Eyre Bower for £6,000, borrowing the whole sum...More
Stopped off with the family one Sunday, quite late in the afternoon, but the staff welcomed us in and were happy to serve us anyway. Only a small, classic menu but varied enough to please us. Really nice, freshly made sandwiches and lovely teas in...More
My wife and I went here mid week this is a private funded house and well worth a vist.The collections in the house are a true reflection of an old fashion explorer.Wonderful views from inside and outside of the house,but the best was to come...More
I was bought Cream Tea for Two at a Castle for my birthday. The only castle in the South that was part of the deal was Chiddingstone. I had never heard of it and didn't have the highest expectations. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The...More
Looked at the map and found Chiddingstone Castle looked on INET and it was open so drove from Caterham and we're delighted by the country run down and the castle when we arrived. It's not very old although the first house here was in 15...More
Absolutely stunning venue all year round. We got married here last year and it was truly magical. Beautiful castle grounds with lovely tea rooms throughout summer. Great place to walk the dog or to visit the museum inside for a small cost. Natalie and the...More
This is a lovely place to visit. The house has a great collection of artifacts including egyptian and japanese items. The gardens have nice walks, a pretty bridge and an egyptian grass maze. You can walk through the grounds to the National Trust village and...More
What an absolutely amazing place. Admission, at £9.50, is great value and money really well spent. It’s an incredibly light and airy large country house containing lots of interesting Japanese, Egyptian, Buddhist and, most appealing to me, Stuart and Jacobite artefacts. We received a very...More
There must be a website, or phone number. When we were there the castle was closed and the entire area was deserted - it was bliss. We just enjoyed strolling around the grounds and admiring the flowers along the perimeter... More
There must be a website, or phone number. When we were there the castle was closed and the entire area was deserted - it was bliss. We just enjoyed strolling around the grounds and admiring the flowers along the perimeter wall.