Batemans and The Weald of Kent

Wednesday 28th March 2018

COSTS
£31.00 All seats
£21.00 NT

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Overview

The family home of Rudyard Kipling, Bateman’s is a beautiful Jacobean mansion dating back to 1634. The interior of the house reflects the famous author’s association with the East with oriental rugs in many rooms and Kipling’s collection of Indian works of art and artefacts displayed in the parlour. The house is set in six acres of grounds and the River Dudwell runs through the southern part, on which is the recently restored Park Watermill.  Following to time to purchase lunch in Bateman’s Mulberry Tearooms we shall return home via a scenic route through the Weald of Kent.

Pick-up Points

LOCATION
TIME
Horsham (D&B)
08:10
Horsham (Station)
08:15
Horsham (Library)
08:20
Hop Oast (Park & Ride)
08:30
Southwater
08:35
Ashington
08:50
Storrington
09:00
Washington
09:10
Steyning
09:25

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Location: Sussex