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Belmont House and Gardens, Faversham

Belmont House and Gardens

Belmont Park
ME13 0HH
Tel: +44(0)1795 890202
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The Belmont Estate has been owned by successive generations of the Harris family, following its acquisition by General George Harris in 1801. 

The focus of Belmont is the elegant 18th century house (designed by Samuel Wyatt) set in beautiful gardens and parkland commanding stunning views over the surrounding Estate and the rolling Kentish North Downs. Steeped in history, this unique house contains mementos of the family’s history and travels including one of the finest clock collections in Britain and it is shown to the public by guided tours.  

The gardens are also open to the public and feature a large walled Kitchen Garden restored in 2001 to a design by the renowned Lady Arabella Lennox-Boyd. Nearby, the 4th Lord Harris’s cricket pitch has been restored and is available for wandering teams and others to use throughout the summer months.  The Belmont Estate provides residential and holiday accommodation as well as opportunities for workshops and other rural based commercial businesses. The 700 acres of Estate woodlands are managed by the Torry Hill and Belmont Forestry Partnership, who also provide off site consultancy, management and forestry contracting services. Belnor Farms operate the 2000 acre in hand farm and are actively seeking to develop new farming opportunities both and on and off the Estate.

From Faversham / M2, exit junction 6 Turn onto A251 heading South in the direction of Ashford.  Pass successively through the villages of Norton (2 miles) and Sheldwich (3 miles), before reaching Badlesmere (4 miles), turn right and follow brown tourist signs for Belmont; a further 1.5 miles.

From Ashford / M20, exit junction 9 Take A251, heading North in the direction of Faversham.  Pass through the village of Boughton Aluph (2 miles), straight across the Challock roundabout (4 miles) and continue North until Badlesmere. Turn left and follow the brown Tourist signs for Belmont; a further 1.5 miles. 

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