The Jacobean home of Rudyard Kipling where he wrote ‘Kim’ remains much as he and his family would have remembered it. It was love at first sight for Kipling when he saw it, with its mullioned windows and oak beams. Visitors can enjoy its delightful gardens on the River Dudwell and its working watermill.
The childhood home of Anne Boleyn second wife of Henry VIII, is a double moated castle with panelled rooms containing exquisite tapestries, furniture and one of the best collections of Tudor portraits in the country. It is surrounded by 125 acres to explore including a giant topiary chess set and magnificent lake.
As the family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill, it contains an unrivalled collection of Churchill paintings, photographs and memorabilia.