Bateman's is a 17th century Jacobean stone house in Burwash in Sussex. Rudyard Kipling lived in the house from 1902 until 1936. It's now run by the National trust and kept in the same state as when Kipling lived there.
The Batemans Estate includes a water mill the main house and the gardens area. The garden is area has tracks around and is split into formal garden sections, herb and vegetable gardens, woodland section leading to the watermill and an open field.
The main house has level access to the ground floor from one side. The house is 2 story with stairs to the upper floor. The ground floor also has a step in to the dinning room. One of the rooms on the ground floor has a touch screen to show disabled visitors information about both the main house and the watermill.
There is a small tea room and shop the toilets near the tea rooms and a disabled toilet and baby changing room near the main entrance. There is designated disabled parking near the main ticket office entrance.