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Bateman's House & Garden

Castles & Country Houses, Gardens & Parks
Bateman's House is a 17th century house and home of the world famous writer, Rudyard Kipling and his wife, from 1902 until 1939. On her death, Mrs Kipling bequeathed the estate to the National Trust.

The interior remains the same as the couple left it, with the furniture, books, rugs and other artefacts.

It is surrounded by a beautiful Arts and Crafts garden including a summer garden with roses and summer borders, pond, a natural play area...

The visitors can enjoy a number of different walks on the estate, where there is also a restored mill, Park Mill. It dates back to the 12th century and has been incorporated in Kipling's Puck of Book's Hill stories.

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Bateman's House & Garden

Bateman's House
Bateman's Lane
East Sussex
TN19 7DS
United Kingdom