The estate is located 50 minutes from the Dartford Tunnel on the M25, and offers a wealth of possibilities for location managers, with a great variety of potential settings. The house retains many unrestored rooms and original features as well as newly refurbished areas such as the 16th Century Panel Room. There are large open firplaces throughout and a grand entrance hall with balustraded staircase. is surrounded by a large lake-lawn with a Victorian bridge, walled garden and former orchard. The venue also offers parking space and adequate electrical power for lighting and generator connection.
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Creeksea Place was reputed to have been the home of Anne Boleyn. Her daughter, Queen Elizabeth, is thought to have met her soldiers here and Lord Mildmay, one of the Twelve State Elders who signed King Charles I death warrant, was arrested here.