Bateman’s, Rudyard Kipling’s 17th-century Sussex home.

Bateman’s gives you a chance to experience somewhere Kipling truly loved spending time. Surrounded by a wooded landscape, it offers a tranquil setting for any budding writer to gain inspiration, from its atmospheric oak-beamed rooms, filled with pieces he collected on his travels to the manicured lawns and wild flower meadow

Photo: John Miller.

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