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Lympne Castle as it appeared ca. 1830. Extensive renovations and additions were carried out subsequent to the making of this view.

Lympne Castle is a mediaeval castle near the village of Lympne, Kent, above Romney Marsh.

Today, it is used primarily as a venue for corporate events and weddings. It is generally not open to the public. The Estate Manager is Rod Aspinall. Lympne Castle is believed to be haunted, and has attracted mediums and ghost-hunters over the years. In September 1978, the band Wings recorded some sessions for their album Back to the Egg at the castle.[1]


  1. Paul McCartney's sessions

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The front of Lympne Castle today

Coordinates: 51°4′19.98″N 1°1′25.04″E / 51.0722167°N 1.0236222°E / 51.0722167; 1.0236222

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