Ightham Mote, A Sevenoaks Medieval Manor House

A Manor House With Attractive Gardens, Medieval Architecture

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A really interesting historic house in a beautiful setting with pleasant grounds, which are great to walk your dog. Not very exciting for youngsters unless they are particularly interested in architecture and the fixtures and fitting of historic houses. Can be reached by public transport but is a bit remote.

Picturesque medieval/Tudor moated manor house dating from 1340. Enlarged and developed over several hundred years the property incorporates many different styles and periods: Chapel, Crypt the Great Hall and all the other 70 odd rooms are set in a rectangle around a central courtyard.

Opening Hours 2012:

  • House - 11am - 5pm
  • Estate - Dawn to dusk
  • Garden - 10:30am - 5pm
  • Shop - 10:30am - 5pm

Times may very.

Prices 2012:

Standard - Whole property

  • Adult: £10.40
  • Child: £5.20
  • Family: £26.30
  • Group: £9.75

Gift Aid - Whole property

  • Adult: £11.50
  • Child: £5.75
  • Family: £29.00
  • Group: n/a

Facilities:

  • Free introductory talks
  • Foreign language guides on sale
  • Garden tours 
  • Tea pavilion - picnics in car park only
  • Toilets & baby changing
  • Wheelchair access

Directions:

  • Borough Green station is 4 miles away
  • Just under 3 miles South of Ightham, off the A227
  • Numerous bus train combinations possible, contact local operators for more information

Contact:

  • Mote Road
    Ivy Hatch
    Sevenoaks
    Kent
    TN15 0NT
  • Tel : 01732 810378
  • Fax: 01732 811029
  • www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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