Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Charleston was the home and country meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. The interior was painted by the artists Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell, and together with their collection forms a unique example of their decorative style.Put Charleston at the forefront of your travel plans using our Lewes family vacation planner.
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deep in the east sussex countryside is this gem of art history. It is exciting and inspiring and worth visiting several times to completely take in the wealth of carefully and lovingly presented rooms... read more »
I had seen and read so much about Charleston and the Bloomsbury group that I was so looking forward to visiting this rural idyll and getting a taste of their bygone lifestyle. Sadly the current buildi... read more »
An inspiring visit for artists, gardeners, decorators and romantics. For me, it was a portal into another life and the tour through the house was really interesting and informative. Outside of the hou... read more »
A must visit for any Bloombury Group fans. We were lucky and visited on a gloriously sunny day. Its not a big place, but book one of the tours and enjoy a quick meal there too.
very interesting house, good tour/guidance and a cafe with very good, high quality local products. best salad dressing i ever had - seriously!
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This must be the most beautiful and inspirational house in England. Visited on a sunny day in June. The gardens were magnificant, a tangle of great pink cabbage roses, daisies and too many traditional country garden flowers to list. But the house....breathtaking , and for anyone interested in design, life changing ! Absolutely fabulous. My only complaint - the tour was rushed - an hour is just not long enough. And visit the farm & the church.
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