Quebec House is just down the road from Chartwell so it makes and ideal bolt on before or after a Chartwell visit. It's a lot quieter and on the 2 occasions I visited it wasn't busy at all.
Again FREE to National Trust members. Otherwise about £6 or so to enter.
It's a relatively small property so 60 - 90 minutes is plenty. You'll take nearer the 90 if you have lots of questions of the stewards who, as with all National Trust properties, are well informed and keen to share their knowledge and insights.
Some impressive rooms on show - simply furnished and typical of the time when Wolfe lived there. And some interesting features for kids such as the kitchen.
Parking is nearby in the local parking lot. You need to pay but it's not outrageous, a pound or so.
There's a small refreshment service with a limited menu - but that's ok because you didn't go there for a gastronomic experience did you? There are plenty of nearby restaurants just round the corner in Westerham if you need them.
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