A world away from the hustle and bustle, Stoneacre is a 15th century, timber-framed medieval farmers’ house complete with great hall, huge fireplace and spiral staircase.
Derelict by 1920, Aymer Vallance, friend of William Morris and Aubrey Beardsley stepped inside and sensitively re-created the house from other early buildings, producing the unique architecture you see today.
The house is nestled in woodland, meadows and gardens and there’s plenty of space for all the family to enjoy. Its location in the Otham Valley means it’s also a brilliant place to begin a long walk or leisurely stroll through the countryside.
On sunny days, take a pew in the courtyard and while away the hours. A place for all seasons, see the trees change colour throughout the year or the cow parsley blossom in late spring.
If you like a spot of tranquillity and history, then this is the place to be. We look forward to saying hello soon.
Open Saturdays, 11.00 - 17.30 from March to September
Adults: £5.50 per person
Children: £2.60 per person