Chartwell Steps To Rose Walk
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Chartwell Steps To Rose Walk

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These steps lead from the terrace down to the Kitchen garden and Rose Walk.

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A: Chartwell Kitchen Garden

by Geoff Mather, 50 meters away

ChartwellThe garden is to the North of the Rose walk.

Chartwell Kitchen Garden

B: Chartwell Rose Walk Plaque

by Geoff Mather, 70 meters away

ChartwellThe commemeration plaque for the Rose Walk reads;This Rose WalkCommemorates the golden weddi...

Chartwell Rose Walk Plaque

C: Chartwell Front Lawn South

by Geoff Mather, 110 meters away

ChartwellThe southern end of the terraced lawn with views out across the Weald and down to the South ...

Chartwell Front Lawn South

D: Chartwell South Terrace

by Geoff Mather, 110 meters away

ChartwellThe views from the windows look out across the Weald to the South Downs

Chartwell South Terrace

E: Chartwell House Entrance

by Geoff Mather, 110 meters away

ChartwellThe entrance to the house is from the West side with a lawn and steps leading in many direct...

Chartwell House Entrance

F: Chartwell North Lawn

by Geoff Mather, 170 meters away

ChartwellThis lawn leads from the Rose gardens onto the main terrace.

Chartwell North Lawn

G: Chartwell Front Lawn North

by Geoff Mather, 180 meters away

ChartwellThis terrraced area to the North of the house can be approached via the Rose Gardens.

Chartwell Front Lawn North

H: Chartwell Rose Garden

by Geoff Mather, 190 meters away

ChartwellThe Rose Gardens from the West wall looking down to the Marlborough Pavilion.

Chartwell Rose Garden

I: Chartwell Rose Garden

by Geoff Mather, 190 meters away

ChartwellThe Rose Gardens located to the North of the house itself.

Chartwell Rose Garden

J: Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

by Geoff Mather, 190 meters away

ChartwellThis pavilion celebrates the Duke of Marlboroughs various battles.

Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

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