Knole is a grand 15th-century country house located in Sevenoaks, Kent, England. The house is set in a vast deer park and features impressive architecture, ornate interiors, and a vast collection of art and furniture.
The house was once the residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and later, the Earls of Dorset. Visitors can explore the many rooms of the house, including the Great Hall, the Ballroom, and the King's Room, which is said to have been used by King James I.
The deer park surrounding Knole is also a great attraction, with herds of deer that visitors can observe from a distance. The park features many walking trails, which offer visitors the chance to explore the natural beauty of the English countryside.