Scotney castle situated in Lamberhurst, Tunbridge Wells in Kent was built in the 14th Century and has extensive garden and grounds which are well worth a visit and walk around. The castle is moated and makes for excellent Photo opportunities. Scotney Castle is a National Trust site with approximately 770 acres of associated woodland in the surrounds making for great exploring throughout the year.
The Old castle is closed however the walks and castle grounds are open.
Attendees must book a timed visit for entry to the grounds during COVID19
This can be done via the website
Yes, Toilets are available on site
There is free parking on site
Dogs are allowed on a short lead throughout the grounds