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Another historic property protected and cared for the nation by the marvellous National Trust. Set in rolling countryside of Kent it is a beautiful house altered enormously over time by Sir Winston. It is timed entry so bear that in mind as it is very...More
A visit to add on your wish list. What an amazing and interesting place. You can feel the Churchill Ora everywhere.
As for the grounds so beautifully kept. The studio was very interesting as well.
Worth every penny
From our arrival to departure we thoroughly enjoyed our visit. We booked our times entry online in advance. Staff were very friendly and attentive throughout. We were most impressed with the extensive knowledge of the staff in each room. Staff welcomed the opportunity to impart...More
My friend and I visited yesterday after wanting to for a while now.
On arrival we were shocked at the busy car park and nearly couldn’t find a space. Being a National Trust property, you had to pay to park which we thought cheeky considering...More
We traveled to Chartwell by train and taxi. It is a 15 minute train ride from London Charing Cross to Sevenoaks Station in Kent. Taxis are waiting that can take you in less than 15 minutes to Chartwell for about 15 pounds; schedule a return...More
I went to Chartwell today with my sister and aunt.
We were lucky with the weather it was lovely and sunny.
The grounds are great with breathtaking views of rolling countryside.
The guides in the studio were excellent with good knowledge.
The house is great,...More
We spent the whole day at Chartwell and was not disappointed. We had prebooked a timed entry into the house and also booked a tour of Churchill's family life in the house. Excellent first rate and knowledgeable guides.
As it was Halloween week and half-term...More
Not our first visit to Chartwell, but each time we find new things to see and do. It was particularly useful this time to think more about Churchill's early life - we realised that all we knew of him was from his wartime period onwards,...More
It's not the best for the disabled, I'm afraid, but don't let that put you off totally. I took my late partner there in a wheelchair and the staff did their level best to make her visit enlightening and enjoyable.
I saw a lift and I also saw staff helping someone with mobility issues, but not inside the house. But at least that says they are disability friendly. Why don't you give them a ring? If you are using a wheelchair, that... More
I saw a lift and I also saw staff helping someone with mobility issues, but not inside the house. But at least that says they are disability friendly. Why don't you give them a ring? If you are using a wheelchair, that may be difficult as the corridors are narrow in places and there are little steps here and there. It is a house which has been extended and, therefore, has odd shapes and levels. It is well worth trying to explore if possible, though. Good luck!