2 days in Kent
Over the last two days I have seen three 16th century houses in Kent, first was Hever Castle, which is most famous for being the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Second was Knole House, a grand house originally built in the 16th century but made over a lot in the 17th century when the family’s fortunes took a turn for the better. Third was Ightham Mote, a rather less grand house which was remoddeled and added to (structurally, inside it was modified all the way up to the early 20th century) from the 14th to the 17th century. None of these allowed photography indoors so all I’ve got are outdoor photographs.