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Lullingstone Castle, Kent

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Lullingstone Castle, Kent

Caption - The estate at Lullingstone dates back to Domesday. The present Manor House and Gatehouse were built in 1497 and have been home to the same family ever since. Both Henry VIIIth and Queen Anne were regular visitors. The parish church of St Botolph within the grounds is of Norman origin and contains some of the oldest stained glass windows in the country. The lake was created by damming the River Darent. This view is looking from a small promontory on the lake across to the Manor House on the right, St Botolph's Church in the centre and the Gatehouse just visible on the left.

Walk 2156 : Lullingstone Castle Circular

Photographer : Marathon

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