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From the outside it may look like a typical chocolate-box property, but there is no manor house quite like Snowshill. Known for its unusual treasures collected by artist and architect Charles Wade, he took delight from filling every room with hundreds of everyday and...more info
First we will visit the Cotswold village of Burford, then travel via the Cotswolds and explore the moated 14th century house standing amid unspoilt parklands in Banbury – the setting for many films such as Shakespeare in Love ...more info
Nestled in a rolling landscape park estate of over 500 acres stands this magnificent 17th century country retreat. The Hall is cherished for its mix of opulence and homeliness, with every room providing something to feed the imagination. It reflects the personal...more info
Gunby Hall is a homely country red brick house dated 1700, set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There is plenty to discover about the family home of the Massingberd family, who had links to many influential people of their day includ...more info
The family home of Sir Winston Churchill from 1924 until the end of his life. The rooms and gardens remain much as they were when he lived here and contain personal memorabilia, books, and family photographs. See the original collection of gifts that Churchill kept i...more info
Standen is the story of the Beale’s family life set against a backdrop of the Arts & Crafts movement, with views across the High Weald area. The design of the house is a monument to the combined genius of architect Philip Webb and his friend William Morris,...more info
The Workhouse survives from hundreds that once covered the country, and is the least altered example in existence today. The audio guide, based on archive records, brings the 19th century inhabitants back to life in the empty rooms. It is a fascinating, at...more info
Take a trip back in time to the 1760s when wealth and power enabled the creation of this outstanding building and beautiful landscaped park. The grand, Neo-classical mansion was designed by the famous Scottish architect Robert Adam for the Curzon family to impress vi...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
Set on the edge of Hampstead Heath and surrounded by tranquil landscaped gardens, Kenwood is one of London’s hidden gems with breathtaking interiors and a stunning art collection. Discover the vast array of masterpieces hanging in ...more info
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