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Bateman's Burwash

Bateman's Burwash

Bateman's Burwash was Rudyard Kipling’s home from 1902-36. Built by a local ironmaster in 1634, Kipling’s rooms and study are as they were during his lifetime. There is a garden and water-mill, which grinds corn for flour and alongside this is one of the oldest water-driven turbines in the world, installed by Kipling. His 1928 Rolls-Royce is also on display.

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  • Coach parking
  • Disabled toilets
  • Toilets

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