Photos

South elevation

South elevation looking over the terrace and knot garden

East elevation from the main lawn

East elevation from the main lawn

The knot garden from a first floor bedroom

The knot garden from a first floor bedroom

 

The fernery, designed by James Pulham and Son in 1868

The fernery, designed by James Pulham and Son in 1868

The knot garden covered in frost

The knot garden covered in frost

View of Lamberhurst St Mary's Church across the Old Tennis Court

View of Lamberhurst St Mary’s Church across the Old Tennis Court

View of the pond, designed by James Pulham and Son in 1868.

View of the pond, designed by James Pulham and Son in 1868.

The knot garden in spring

The knot garden in spring

South elevation looking over the terrace and the knot garden

South elevation looking over the terrace and the knot garden

The Dining Room, one of the rooms we plan to make available for functions

The Dining Room, one of the rooms we plan to make available for functions

East elevation looking over the main lawn

East elevation looking over the main lawn

One of the walls in the garden

One of the walls in the garden

Looking along the passage towards the dining room

Looking along the passage towards the dining room

Family Portraits above the main stairs

Family Portraits above the main stairs

The main staircase

The main staircase

Family portraits above the stairs

Family portraits above the stairs

 

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4 thoughts on “Photos

  1. Helen Bates

    I’m just writing a paper up with some Matson of Tytup connections. Googling Matson of Tytup led me to your blog. Great to see and read about their descendants and the portraits are wonderful. I don’t suppose you have a nice chest full of family papers?! Oh well … probably not!

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    1. heatherdyke Post author

      Wow, that’s fascinating! There are lots of family papers in the Kent archives, but I’m not sure how much Matson stuff is there. We have papers here too, but more recent ones, so mostly Morland ones. You’re welcome to come and have a trawl through if you like. I’d love to see your paper when it’s done. There might be some further clues to help me piece things together. Thanks for getting in touch.

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