ATTRACTIONS

Archetypal 14th century moated castle

A 4 acre RHS partner garden 

Tudor house with a famous Arts and Crafts garden

The country’s finest rural light railway, from Bodiam to Tenterden

Home to a leading collection of conifers and trees

13th century monastery ruins (check if open - English Heritage)

Known for its topiary and Spring and Summer colour

Romantic 14th century moated castle

Famous garden of the writer Vita Sackville-West

Partially ruined Benedictine abbey

Rudyard Kipling’s 17th century Jacobean house

16th century timber-framed farmhouse

11 acres of award-winning gardens

Ruins of a small Norman keep

Former home of US novelist Henry James

16th century fort built by Henry VIII

Important coastal nature / birding reserve with hides and paths

Spectacular castle dating back some 900 years

A magnificent moated castle with stunning grounds

Area of ecological importance with railway, lighthouse and nature