Chartwell, Kent Reviews
Newest Review: ... the gardens and weald of Kent. The windows are particularly large allowing natural light in and giving the rooms an open and airy feeling. The rooms and walls are furnished with Churchills personal possessions and gifts given to him by his children and other dignitaries such as a crystal cockerel from President De Gaulle of France and a book of water colours of roses given to him by his children. Entering the house through the main front door there are visitors books on display which contains the names of important and influential visitors to the house for example President Trueman the pages of which are rotated for people to see who had v... more
Customer Chartwell, Kent Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/08/10, updated on 18/10/11 (Very useful, 230 readings)
Where is Chartwell? Chartwell house is situated in rural Kent near the beautiful countryside town of Westerham affording lovely panoramic views over the Weald of Kent. What is so significant about Chartwell? It was the family home of Sir Winston Churchill and his family from 1924 until his death in 1965 and it is set in beautiful landscaped gardens of which he was instrumental in designing which includes ornamental lakes, fish ponds, a croquet lawn, an apple and pear orchard and formal gardens such as the rose and herb garden. Chartwell as previously said was the family home of Sir Winston and it is nothing at all like the ... Read the complete review
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