19 June 2013
Built in 1497 for John Peche as a Tudor mansion, Lullingstone has remained in the same family for over 600 years. It was altered and refurbished during the reign of Queen Anne and what we see today is a charming mix of architectural styles. Our tour includes the Grand Staircase, sumptuous State Drawing Room, family portraits and oak panelling. We also view the World Garden of Plants, Lullingstone Silk Farm and St Botolph’s Church.