Belmont House and Garden

The beautiful Georgian house of Belmont, amid its parkland, commands stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside and is a completely unspoiled and distinctive example of the work of the architect Samuel Wyatt.

Belmont contains fabulous mementos of the family’s history and travels – paintings, furniture, Indian silverware and perhaps the finest private clock collection in the country. There is also a unique collection of water-colour landscape paintings set in the West Indies by the Trinidadian artist Michel Jean Cazabon (1813-1888). The paintings were commissioned by the 3rd Lord Harris when he was Governor of Trinidad.

The Gardens are full of interest

Opening Times

Gardens Only

Daily throughout the year 10.00am to 6.00pm or dusk if earlier.

Adult: £7.00

Children (12-16yrs): £2.50


The House 

Open from Sunday 31 March to Sunday 29 September

Self-guided tours: Tuesday and Thursday afternoons between 1-3.30pm (last entry at 3pm)

Adult: £12.00

Children (12-16yrs): £6.00


Guided house tours: Sundays and BH Mondays at 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm

Adult: £15.00

Children (12-16yrs): £8.00


Groups by appointment on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays.


Access Statement can be found here:

Member: Silver member

ATAK Trade Pass Accepted

Events at Belmont House and Garden