Do you know if you will be going to Maidstone? The Allington Castle is just north of there in Allington, Kent. It's was built in the 1100's and the Wyatt's acquired it in 1492 and kept it for about 300 years.
My 10th great-grandfather, the Rev. Haute Wyatt, was the Vicar of the Boxley Church nearby. Many of my descendants, including Rev. Haute are buried there.
I correspond with a couple of the current members there.
Wow, what fabulous architectural gems! The castle and the church appear to be in excellent condition, yet they date within the first century of the Norman Conquest. The lancet church windows suggest early Gothic and the stone tower, although a Norman and Romanesque structure, remain a feature of late English Gothic. Compare the Episcopal Church in Martinsville across from the library, although it is a modest representation.
Regrettably I did not have the opportunity to visit either. If tourist are allowed, they would be well worth seeing.
It must be inspirational to know that your family participated in one of the great events in history, the Norman Conquest of England.