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Flatford Mill is a Grade I listed watermill built in 1733, situated close to the River Stour, surrounded by a tranquil and typically English rural landscape. Milling still continued at Flatford until the turn of the 20th century, but this rural gem was onc...more info
Wightwick Manor is one of the only few surviving examples of a house built and furnished under the influence of the Arts & Crafts movement. It contains exquisite art, designs and textiles of Rossetti, William Morris and De Morgan, creating one of the world’...more info
This former Tudor palace has re-opened after its two year £5.4 million roof project to tell the story of the story of the brother and sister who saved it. See new spaces and collections inspired by 19th century watercolours and family memoirs. Inside...more info
The house sits elegantly in formal gardens with views across its grounds and an ancient deer-park, often quoted as being the perfect example of an English country-house estate. Built on a modest scale, it has a superb collection of porcelain and silver, a world-renow...more info
Enjoy choosing the perfect presents from over 180 designer-makers showcasing the very best of contemporary British craft. With twinkling Christmas trees, seasonal food and drink, street theatre and entertainment, this is a fantastic and festive day out. Admission inc...more info
Once again Chatsworth will be open for Christmas. The lower floors of the house will be magically transformed for the Christmas season. On this date, the estate will also be the setting for the popular Christmas Market with over 100 stalls selling gifts and...more info
Kew’s much-loved landmarks are brought to life as you have never seen them before, where the beautiful gardens will be given a makeover for Christmas to create a magical after dark experience. Take the one-mile illuminated trail as it winds its way through the ...more info
Enjoy the entertainment and merry making at this attractive Dales town with its quaint 18th century shops and cobbled market place. Shopkeepers in traditional Dickensian costumes, handbell ringers and dancers all add to the ambiance. more info
Visit the traditional style Christmas Market held in and around the Market Place. Cirencester also has many small independent shops which can be found in courtyards, alleyways and stylish precincts.
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