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Smallhythe Place

Smallhythe, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 7NG

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Smallhythe, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 7NG

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Summary

Smallhythe Place is a stunningly pretty cottage, with a barn theatre that was once owned by the Victorian actress, Ellen Terry. The spirit of Terry is evident all around at Smallhythe Place, and it makes a charming place to visit.

Where is Smallhythe Place located?

Smallhythe Place is situated in the village of Smallhythe, just two miles south of Tenterden, in Kent, and 20 minutes from Rye.

What is the history of Smallhythe Place to the present day?

Once the home of famous actress, Ellen Terry, historic Smallhythe Place is full of charm. Surrounded by roses in the summer months, it offered Terry a sanctuary from her busy London life, and it is now a museum of her life, with many displays showing artefacts and personal items, including jewellery, costumes, letters and of course, Terry’s famous Beetlewing dress.

What is there to see and do at Smallhythe Place?

The Barn Theatre was converted in 1928 by Ellen Terry’s daughter, Edy Craig, from a thatched barn dating back to the 17th century. To this day, it is still used for theatre productions, with many award-winning actors performing here. Exhibitions and talks also take place throughout the year. The gardens surrounding Smallhythe Place are delightful, with the splendid rose garden, an orchard and nuttery and ponds to discover. There is a tea-room at the theatre, which offers food throughout the day, and refreshments for evening performances. There is also a small gift selection for sale, including books, jams and plants.

Information on Smallhythe Place , Smallhythe , Tenterden

Opening Times: House & Garden: 7 Mar to 28 Oct, Wed-Sun11:00-17:00
Admission: NT Members Free. Adult £8.40 Child £4.20 See NT website for group admission prices.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (On leads in the grounds)
Location: Two miles south of Tenterden, on east side of the Rye road (B2082).
Facilities: Café, Children's quiz and activity packs, Full disabled access, Garden produce for sale, Parking - 50yds
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