Chilston Park is a Grade I listed country house retreat in Kent, steeped in history and set in acres of parkland. Chilston Park dates from the 13th century when it was owned by the Fitzhamons, Lords of Leeds Castle, although now the present building is 17th century.
In 250 acres of parkland, this Grade I mansion was restored by the editors of Miller's Antiques Guide to be a country house hotel.
Filled with an abundance of antiques, pictures, prints and objets d'arts, and lit by hundreds of candles each night, Chilston has a truly relaxing ambience.
Other facilities include a snooker and games room, and the garden and lake are available for guests.
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