Belmont House and Gardens, Faversham

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Belmont is a Georgian house and gardens in Throwley, near Faversham in east Kent. Built between 1769 and 1793, it has been described as "a marvellous example of Georgian architecture that has remained completely unspoilt". The house is famous for the most extensive private collection of clocks in England.
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  • My wife and I drove to this attraction and were the only people visiting on a windy and damp Saturday 3rd October. I nearly got stuck in the 1st car park which was very muddy! We walked around...  more »
  • We had a super time exploring the gardens. Very relaxing and with abundant photo-opportunities. The clever display of willow sculptures enhances the gardens and is jolly good fun. The garden staff...  more »
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  • Unassuming gardens, but a really exceptional kitchen garden. Superb vegetables and fruit, laid out in a really pleasing way. There are arches of gourds, brand, grapes and hops, and Apple and past trees just half a meter high. Astonishing, and beautiful.
  • We love a stroll here with our small children. Lots of areas to explore and so peaceful. A house tour is very interesting too!

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