Time Out says
Posted: Fri May 31 2013
With a history that stretches back to the 15th century, Lullingstone is one of England's oldest family estates. The present manor house and gatehouse overlook a 15-acre lake and are set within 120 acres of Kent countryside. It is known that Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn were regular visitors and, more recently, the estate was home to a silk farm in the 1930s that produced silk for Queen Elizabeth II's coronation robes and wedding dress.