Plan a visit
We welcome guests to discover the historic house, art and antiquities collection and tea room with friends, family or as part of a school of group visit.
For the Historic House, Collections, Tea Room and Gift Shop
Friday 30th March - Sunday 31st October
Sunday : 11am - 5pm
Monday : 11am - 5pm
Tuesday : 11am - 5pm
Wednesday : 11am - 5pm
Bank Holidays : 11am - 5pm
Last entrance to the Historic House and last orders in the Tea Room at 4.15pm.
Chiddingstone Castle, Hill Hoath Road, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7BH.
We have plenty on site, but suggest a donation of £2.00 to be placed in the honesty box in the car park to help with its upkeep.
Our Tea Room serves tea, coffee, cream teas, a selection of sandwiches and light lunch options or full afternoon teas. Enjoy your refreshments in our Tea Room or our sheltered courtyard.
Call us on 01892 872 347 to book
As all Denys Bower’s collections are sited on the ground floor at Chiddingstone Castle, they are easily accessible for wheelchair users. The newly opened Library and Streatfeild Room (showing the history of the Castle and the village) are to be found on the first floor just off the Gallery - regrettably there is no lift to these exhibition rooms but interpretation of the Streatfeild Room can be read in the ground floor Housekeeper’s Room. Four specially reserved disabled car parking spaces are located in the car park (a one minute walk from the main North Door) and a spacious disabled washroom is sited in our Tea Room courtyard. All principal entrances and exits can be fitted with wheelchair access facilities. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding your visit.
Our lake covers around 3.5 acres and is naturally stocked with Carp, Bream and Perch and is used by responsible fishermen all year round. Please note there are a couple of dates where fishing is not permitted.
We are delighted to host a rack of Country Bikes in our Car Park which is a new bicycle hire scheme that makes exploring the countryside by bike easy.
Why not start with a coffee and a piece of cake in our Tea Room and then pedal off to explore the National Trust village of Chiddingstone, explore Bough Beech reservoir, Hever village, or cycle over Penshurst Place.