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Chiddingstone Castle, Chiddingstone
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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We did not go in the castle but parked in the village and walked around the grounds and lake (there is a voluntary contribution box near entrance for this privilege). Nice castle from the outside and ... read more »
We probably would not have visited, but since we were also intent on going to nearby Hever Castle, this one seemed like a good idea. Some of the collections on display are very unusual - particularly ... read more »
Driven through the area for many years, but was tempted by a beautiful day to visit the Castle. Lovely collection of artifacts from across the world, especially the Chinese boxes. Nice peaceful walk t... read more »
Very interesting Egyptian and Japanese collections including Samurai armour and also a collection of portraits of the Stuarts. Tasty cream tea too
Beautiful venue and scenery. Great wedding venue.
We were disappointed to arrive at Chiddingstone Castle on November 3rd, to find it closed - despite all publicity documents and websites giving no indication of this. The only indication of closure at the end of October was on the pamphlet at the Castle car park - which, unfortunately, we found after we had paid the £2.00 parking fee. Not a good impression on Australians...
The castle and village are definitely worth a visit if in the area
Chiddingstone Castle nestles serenly in a perfect countryside setting. You can choose to visit the Castle with its amazing Stuart, Japanese and Egyptian collections or just enjoy the beautiful grounds which have a lake and waterfall. It's worth noting that you can choose to enjoy the grounds and tea room for free but don't forgot to put £2 in the honesty box for parking. The Castle is open Sun, Mon, Tue and Wed with weddings and group visits on other days.
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