Sunday November 5th 10.30am-4pm Whether you have a wedding, christening or landmark birthday to celebrate, come to our open day to admire our tipis and stretch tents, talk to florists, caterers and photographers, enjoy fizz and food and start planning your event at Goodnestone Park. Call on 01304 695097 or write to us to make […]
Here at Goodnestone you can relax, go for gentle walks or just enjoy the house. Alternatively we have twelve cycle’s ready for you to use and explore the area or maybe go horse riding at the nearby stables in Bekesbourne. There is in fact a whole list of activities waiting for you. If you fancy […]
Making the house your own for the weekend is part of Goodnestones charm. A recent 50th birthday party had the theme of ‘black and gold’. The dinning table that seats 24 looked resplendent. Private caterers took care of the food whilst the guests relaxed and had a wonderful night filled with laughter.
For any tree lover the walk to Fredville from Goodnestone is a must. It takes around an hour of walking through the beautiful Kent countryside following old bridleways and field boundaries. The tree we were especially interested in is is called “Majesty”. Majesty, the Fredville Oak, is seen by many tree lovers and experts as the most impressive oak […]
“It was one of those days you sometimes get latish in the autumn when the sun beams, the birds toot, and there is a bracing tang in the air that sends the blood beetling briskly through the veins.” PG Wodehouse
Bobbing with Kent’s most delicious apples, telling ghost stories over a crackling Victorian fire in the cosy library, and carving pumpkins freshly foraged from the kitchen garden, Halloween at Goodnestone Park has never been more quintessentially English! The 18th century stately home has recently opened after a very dramatic three-year renovation, and now Goodnestone Park […]
Acres of beautiful gardens, a stately home that looks to be plucked straight out of a romantic period drama, and a church that inspired Jane Austen herself to write one of the most famous wedding scenes in romantic literature; Goodnestone Park is an idyllic destination for the ultimate quintessential English wedding. And as of 2017, […]
Anton Mossiman’s chef’s were in the kitchen last week serving up their amazing food. Of course I had to try some, life can be tough at times..
One of the hidden delights of the walled garden is the glass house with its harvest of plump onions.!
Our latest guests took to the skies with their drone and sent us picture’s of the house. This unusual angle lets the viewer admire the nice new roof!
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