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Chiddingstone Castle, Chiddingstone

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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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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