Lamb House, Rye, East Sussex, has been home to at least three writers: Henry James, E.F. Benson, and Rumer Godden who leased the house from the National Trust for five years from1968.
"[It] was a house with a considerable writing tradition. Although few traces of Henry James were left, Rumer used his writing room and rather enjoyed showing visitors round. She was asked one day if she knew Rumer Godden; 'All too well,' was her reply."
From Rumer Godden: A Storyteller's Life by Anne Chisholm.