A fairytale castle in the county of Kent, England that is still used as a secure stronghold in the present day - Camp David talks & the Northern Irish Peace Agreements were discussed here. The castle has Norman foundations; a mediaeval gatehouse; the Gloriette, built by Edward I and updated in Henry VIII’s times; a Tudor tower; and a 19th century country house. Leeds Castle is an ideal place to see if time is limited. Easy to reach from Dover or London. Top of the list if you want to get a real flavour of old England. Exclusive tours of the castle can be arranged.