Scotney Castle is an English nation house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England. It has a place with the National Trust. The patio nurseries, which is a site of Special Scientific Interest and a praised case of the Picturesque style, are available to people in general. The focal element is the remains of a medieval, moated lodge, Scotney Old Castle, or, in other words island on a little lake. The lake is encompassed by slanting, lush greenery enclosures with fine accumulations of rhododendrons, azaleas and kalmia for spring shading, summer wisteriaand roses, and stupendous harvest time shading.
At the highest point of the garden stands a house which was worked to supplant the Old Castle somewhere in the range of 1835 and 1843. This is known as Scotney New Castle, or essentially Scotney Castle, and was planned by Anthony Salvin. It is an early and surprisingly limited case of Tudor Revival structural style in nineteenth century Britain. Scotney Castle is situated in South East England, in the province of Kent. Close-by settlements are Lamberhurst and Kilndown, anyway the closest vast town is Royal Tunbridge Wells. Old Scotney Castle was utilized as the area for the video to the Squeeze melody Some Fantastic Place.