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Ightham Mote is a magical 14th century moated manor house, surrounded by beautiful gardens, lakes and woodland walks. Built nearly 700 years ago, the house has been owned by medieval knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and high-society Victorians...more
Mote Road | Ivy Hatch, Ightham, Sevenoaks TN15 0NT, England
All reviews national trust well worth a visit garden tour manor house beautiful house and gardens deck chairs natural play area steep slope picnic area knowledgeable guides lovely setting old house previous owners car park hidden gem kent countryside room stewards
Ightham Mote is a lovely day out. Beautifully kept gardens and maintained house with beautiful interior.
Volunteers are in each of the rooms in the house, each full of knowledge.
£12 entry - worth paying to visit such a lovely place
I visited this beautiful place with my young family on sunny summers day, which helped us to like the house and grounds even more. My children loved going into the little stream and playing in the nature playground. We will definitely be back again in...More
Had a recent visit in August 2018 it was stunning the house is beautiful gardens for fantastic flowers we took a 1 and 2 year old they loved every minute of it so much to see lots of running around the staff were very helpful...More
This house is a little gem, there is so so much to see inside, one can walk through most parts of the house. There are tours led round the garden and also up the tower. Great staff who know their stuff. Nice grounds for a...More
A vast amount of money has been spent by the NT in restoring this house. However it is a real gem and well worth visiting. The room guides were all very helpful and there were also helpful printed information sheets. The gardens are very pleasant...More
We visited here recently (on the last day of the season for the house!) and it was well worth the visit. The staff and guides are very friendly, even in the cafe, the house is lovely, very, interesting history. The soup we had in the...More
We visited on the last day of the season and really enjoyed this gem of a house. There was a lot of interesting detail to see and undoubtedly lots to tell from those that carried out the painstaking £10m restoration. I couldn’t help but wish...More