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A joy to behold . This was a day hat was heaven sent . October autumn colours with clear blue sky and 24 C .
Irrespective of the weather the gardens are so well cared for , the foliage in its array of reds ,...More
You don't need to be Sherlock to find this place. It's very conveniently located on the A21 and well signposted.
Lovely ruined castle/fortified house in the valley with picturesque moat.
The Victorian house is a mellow yellow stone which is open to look around as...More
We knew that we couldn’t take the dog in house so we were perfectly happy. However we do like to take our dog with us as he enjoys the gardens and the walks. We weren’t allowed to use our own lead as they don’t allow...More
We haven't visited Scotney Castle for years so we were interested to see that there is now a house to visit as well as the gardens and the castle. The café offers a range of cold and hot food and the shop had the usual...More
As previously remarked two for the price of one as there is both and old Castle to visit as well as a more modern building. Both are equally interesting to see although there is not a great deal of information about the Castle and the...More
Would have liked to have signs from the car park to which way to go. Lucky we guessed right. Looking around was a most and volunteers were great. The gardens were lovely and very photo friendly. The old castle was look to at too. Food...More
The 'new' house is open to the public on a timed ticket system but we were able to go straight in on arrival. An interesting portrayal of a Victorian living and worth taking the time to see it. However Scotney Castle down in the valley...More