Eastgate House, Rochester

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Eastgate House is a Grade I listed Elizabethan townhouse in Rochester, Kent, England. It is notable for its association with author Charles Dickens, featuring as Westgate in The Pickwick Papers and as the Nun's House in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Now a Dickens Museum, the grounds of Eastgate House contain the Swiss chalet in which Dickens penned several of his novels.

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Eastgate House Built by the Right Worshipful Sir Peter Buck 1590-1. "Westgate House" "Pickwick Papers". "The Nun's House" "Edwin Drood".

High Street, Rochester, United Kingdom where it sited