Knole House and Park - Bitchet Green - Godden Green - Knole House
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Visiting most of Knole Park and using a section of the Greensand Way, you also pass two pleasant villages and a number of select properties. There are orchards on both sides of one long lane and with chestnuts and cobnuts also along the way, you appreciate why Kent has been called the Garden of England. The deer-park at Knole is full of interest, with its enormous herds of fallow and Japanese Sika deer which have roamed free there for hundreds of years. Knole House can also be visited through the National Trust although members of the Sackville family still live there.
England - South England - Kent - Countryside
Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, National Trust, Play Area, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
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