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Quebec House, Westerham

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  • As others have mentioned it is quite a small house with about 6 rooms to see. there is a guided tour about 12 I think but we arrived Mid afternoon when it was free flow. This was find as we could chat...  more »
  • Having driven by this lovely house for years, I finally visited it. And how glad I am that I did. We spent a very enjoyable afternoon there, thanks not least to the very friendly, enthusiastic and kno...  more »
  • Whilst visiting London during the late May BH weekend, I had a Sunday afternoon free having dropped my son off at a Comicon at Excel. Being a member of the National Trust I decided to see what propert...  more »
  • Small but perfectly formed. A worthwhile visit for a couple of hours. Small pleasant cafe, small gardens - not somewhere for a long walk. Inside the house is fascinating, a look at how a gentleman and General's 18th century house might have appeared. I enjoyed the small exhibition in the stable most explaining General Wolfe's battle strategy. Great, helpful staff.
  • Worth a visit. Very interesting story associated with the history of the place. Very friendly and informative staff/volunteers.
  • A lovely house well worth a visit car park in it's own grounds staff really lovely get a chance to dress up as well a must for dad's
  • Fascinating Tudor house: childhood home of General James Wolfe (1727-59).
  • Good.very interesting and very knowable staff historic home of James Wolfe.