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Views from the churchyard

So this is a holiday cottage on what is now a private estate with most of the Castle having been... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
David232
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Never managed to get to grips with what was going on here, whether we were meant to be there or... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Harrison_F_Carter
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Hadlow Square | Hadlow, Hadlow, Tonbridge TN11 0EG, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So this is a holiday cottage on what is now a private estate with most of the Castle having been long since demolished. Quite striking though.

Thank David232
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interesting place fantastic views you can rent rooms apparently.. Free parking worth a visit ..Do not visit on a foggy day obviously

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Never managed to get to grips with what was going on here, whether we were meant to be there or not? We arrived on what was, supposedly, an open day and phoned the number, which advised that it was open… but we never saw a...More

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carolineelc, Manager at Hadlow Tower, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hi I was the manager of the Hadlow Tower Visitor Centre up until last September 2017. The Tower has been bought privately and the new owner did not wish to continue with the public visits that we used to run every Thursday with a group...More

Reviewed 21 January 2018

Glorious building, imaginatively and beautifully restored, which makes for an incomparable stay. However, do take your own radiator key for bleeding the 4th floor (best) bedroom radiators, which are presumably at the end of the run, otherwise in winter you might find you spend a...More

1  Thank Alison O
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

You must go and see the tower if you are anywhere near or plan to visit Kent. It's open on Thursdays throughout spring to autumn. The outside is stunning and the inside has been really well refurbished into a holiday rental. We'd love to stay...More

3  Thank grenadafanLondon
Reviewed 10 August 2017

The Tower is a local landmark and I was keen to see how it had been restored. It is worth the climb to the top to go out and have 360 degree view of the Kent countryside and to have a closer look at the...More

1  Thank Penny L
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Very modern interior.Has been well done.We walked up stairs and came down in lift. Probably wrong way round but we were escorted on our visit Recommend if you get chance

Thank matthews8472016
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Read about the open day in the morning and decided as it is only open on a few days in the year to visit. No parking on site, so directed to parking in the street. Met at the gate by the stewards who walked us...More

2  Thank 111aor
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Anyone who has ever been to, or passed through, the village of Hadlow cannot fail to have noticed this remarkable structure which dominates the landscape for some distance around (its slightly taller than Nelson's Column). Its normally inaccessible as it is private and on private...More

Thank David F
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Situated in a very nice old little village, not far from Tonbridge, this very tall buiding produces a most unusual impression towering above idyllic green fields of the rural English countryside. Its meaning is not quite clear, the acritectural structure looks very elegant and un-english....More

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Angela H
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Response from bccfisher | Reviewed this property |
I expect so. The people that showed me round were very accommodating. PS Read the recent local newspaper article for a bit on insight!!
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Hilary M
15 February 2015|
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Response from carolineelc | Property representative |
Sorry I know this is too late but Hadlow Tower doesn't open until 9th April and then only on Thursdays.
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