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One of the most complete historic estates open to visitors, for nearly 400 years the estate was the property of the Egerton family until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1958. The early 19th century mansion sits amid a landscaped deer park an...more info
Travel by boat from Walton-on-Thames to Hampton Court Palace along the Royal River Thames, passing through Sunbury and Molesey Locks before passing under Hampton Court Bridge and taking in the view of the palace from the river before disembarking for y...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 th...more info
Located near Romsey, ancient trees, babbling brooks and rolling lawns frame this lovely old house, an 18th century home with a medieval priory at its heart. Artists came here to relax and create their works, some still visible in the historic rooms. The riversid...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 beginnings ...more info
An empty Tudor manor house in Illminster, lovingly restored in the 1920s by Sir Arthur Lyle. Today the light, empty rooms make it an atmospheric space to explore freely, giving you the opportunity to savour the impressive panelling, fireplaces and staircases. What we...more info
A gift from Queen Anne and a grateful nation to John Churchill 1st Duke of Marlborough following his famous victory at the Battle of Blenheim in 1704, and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill in 1874, Blenheim Palace is a true na...more info
Built in the late 16th century by Elizabethan England’s second most powerful woman, Bess of Hardwick, gardeners, builders, decorators, embroiderers and craftsmen of all kinds have since contributed over the centuries. The distinctive walled courtyards encl...more info
Completed in 1310, Chirk is the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I that's still lived in today. Marvel at the medieval tower and dungeon, 17th century Long Gallery, grand 18th century state rooms and servants' hall. The award-winning gardens conta...more info
Nestled in this charming village, the fine Georgian landscape garden was created by the infamous Sir Francis Dashwood, founder of the Hellfire Club. The Palladian villa is among the most theatrical and Italianate in England. Lavishly decorated, you will get a sense o...more info
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