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Discover 1000 years of power, politics and pleasure in an intimate family home. Set within 1500 acres of historic woodland, farm and parkland it became the Croft family home before the Domesday Book. In the castle you can live life as Sir James Croft and find out how...more info
A masterpiece of Victorian garden design. Created by James Bateman for his collection of plants from around the world. A visit takes you on a global journey from Italy to the pyramids of Egypt, a Victorian vision of China and a re-creation of a Himalayan glen. Featur...more info
This hauntingly beautiful 255 acre estate is home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. Walk around the ancient burial mounds and discover the incredible story of the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasured possessions, and look ...more info
Explore one of Oxfordshire’s hidden gems. The late 18th century grand country house remains very much the family home of Lord Faringdon, where the family art collection is displayed. Beyond the house are extensive grounds where you can discover the e...more info
It remains today what it has been for over 875 years, a much loved and lived in family home. The family rooms are scattered with photos whilst the galleries create a total contrast, with their formal, crisp lines. They were designed by the last owner, Rachel, Lady La...more info
Dyffryn Gardens covers more than 55 acres on the outskirts of Cardiff. The Edwardian gardens are undergoing an ambitious garden revival project to restore them to their original splendor. It is a garden for all seasons, celebrated for its botanical collection, among ...more info
Calke Abbey tells the story of the dramatic decline of a country house estate including peeling paintwork and overgrown courtyards. The house and stables are little restored, with many abandoned areas vividly portraying a period in the 20th century when nu...more info
A secluded estate with an elevated view reaching out to the quintessential Cotswold valleys, the Mendips and beyond. It remains unspoilt by the trappings of the 21st century — barely a sign of modern life is visible in any direction. From Tudor begin...more info
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
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