Posted:  15th November, 2016

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 […]

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Posted:  11th April, 2016

I try to call on Goodnestone Park every day whilst the builders are there and each time I slowly see the house starting to take shape. Floors are being varnished, luxurious reclaimed bathtubs are being fitted, and the bare walls have been swept with the refreshing colours of Farrow and Ball – a brand that […]

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Posted:  8th February, 2016

As many of might already know, Jane Austen, romance novelist and literary icon, was once a visitor to my family home. I’ve always been fond of her work and it does fill me with pride that Jane Austen was a regular visitor to Goodnestone Park, after her brother Edward married into the family. She was […]

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Posted:  25th January, 2016

With a new chapter for Goodnestone Park on the not so distant horizon, I couldn’t help but look back at the long and fascinating history of my family home and the rather colourful relatives that have lived here over the years. Situated in rural Kent, among rolling hills, verdant farmland and winding country roads, I […]

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