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Address: Medway Valley Leisure Park, Chariot Way, Rochester, ME2 2SS

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Cobham Hall - Historical Houses

Cobham Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 2.66 miles (4.26 km)
Cobham Hall is an outstandingly beautiful red brick mansion dating from 1584, which demonstrates an exciting combination of Elizabethan, Jacobean, Carolean and 18th Century styles. The Hall is set in 150 acres of parkland situated within easy reach of the A2/M2, M25 and M20. It yields much for the student of art, architecture and history. The Elizabethan wings date from 1584 while the central section contains the Gilt Hall, wonderfully decorated by John Webb, Inigo Jones' most celebrated pupil, in 1654. Further rooms were later decorated by James Wyatt in the 18th Century.

Gillingham Football Club - Football Club

Gillingham Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.68 miles (5.88 km)
Priestfield Stadium has been virtually re-built since the current Chairman Paul Scally took over in 1995. On one side of the ground is the impressive two tiered, Medway Stand, opened in 2000 , with a row of executive boxes (the type which you can sit outside of) running across the middle. Opposite is the tidy all seater Gordon Road Stand. Unfortunately though, it contains a number of supporting pillars, which may hinder your view. This also has an unusual TV gantry perched on its roof. The Rainham End, has also been re-developed, with a single tier cantilevered stand, which replaced a former terrace.