Bayham Abbey
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Bayham Abbey, Lamberhurst, Kent
Bayham Abbey, Lamberhurst, Kent
Bayham Abbey was built early in the 13th century and survived until it was dissolved by Henry VIII. A good deal of the gatehouse survives, facing north across the river, while the remains of some of the arches and piers at the east end of the church show what a superb building it must have been at the height of its glory.
Bayham Abbey
 
English Heritage
This English Heritage Georgian gothic country house of Lord Camden is set in the beautiful Teise Valley a perfect place to pass away an afternoon.

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Location: 5 miles east of Royal Tunbridge Wells
Admission: Adults £2.20. Children £1.10.
Students & over 60's £1.60

Open: 1st April - 30th September, Daily 10am-6pm;
1 October - 31 October: Daily 10am-5pm;
1 November - 31 March: weekends only 10am-4pm

Tel: 01892 890 381