Open: 3 Mar - 25 Mar:
Sat & Sun 11 - 4pm, wild garden only.
31 Mar - 4 Nov: Daily (except Thurs and Fri)
11am - 5.30pm (last admission 4.30pm).
Open BH Mon and Good Fri.
Child £2.50, Family Ticket £12.50,
Admission for wild garden:
Adult £2.50, Child £1.25,
Family Ticket £6.25,
Access for disabled
The former home
of the author, Rudyard Kipling from 1902 to 1936.
home of Rudyard Kipling from 190236, the interior of this
beautiful Jacobean house reflects the authors strong associations
with the East. There are many Oriental rugs and artefacts, and
most of the rooms including his book-lined study are
much as Kipling left them. The delightful grounds run down to the
small River Dudwell, where there is a watermill, and contain roses,
wild flowers and herbs. Kiplings Rolls-Royce is also on display.