Film Locations

Many HHA properties are available as locations for film, TV, stills and commercial shoots

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Casterne Hall - Derbyshire
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Casterne Hall is a Grade II* manor house stunningly set in its own grounds in the Peak District National Park . It is considered to be one of the most beautiful houses in the area and features in Simon Jenkins' book, ‘ England 's Thousand Best Houses'. <... read more
Chatsworth - Derbyshire
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Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire, on the banks of the river Derwent. Explore the hi... read more
Haddon Hall - Derbyshire
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This castellated medieval manor house around two courtyards has remained unchanged since the reign of Henry VIII. It reeks of antiquity and has some of the finest untouched interiors, including the Long Gallery, Great Hall and Chapel. Sensitively restored... read more
Holme Hall - Derbyshire
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Holme Hall is a Grade I listed manor house situated just outside Bakewell in the Peak District. Incorporating an earlier Tudor House, the main part of the present hall was built in 1626-1628 by Bernard Wells, a lead merchant originally from Gloucestershir... read more
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Home to the Sitwell family for nearly 400 years. The famous literary trio, Edith, Osbert, and Sacheverell Sitwell were all patrons of the arts and played a significant part in the artistic and literary world at the beginning of the 20th century. Renishaw ... read more
Belvoir Castle - Leicestershire
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An historic castle in the grand style, seat of the Manners family, Dukes of Rutland. Built on an earlier site, the castle today is an outstanding example of Regency work - begun in 1801 under James Wyatt. The Regent's Gallery is his work, celebrating a vi... read more
Cotesbach Hall & Manor - Leicestershire
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The Hall was built around 1703 for Rev. Edward Wells probably on the site of an earlier farmhouse, its south facing aspect being preferable to that of the Manor. At the front of the house the earliest Queen Anne brickwork is distinct from the Georgian ext... read more
Exton Park - Leicestershire
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Exton Park is a large traditional English country estate that has been the home of the Noel family (the Earls of Gainsborough) for almost four hundred years. The park has existed since the 12th century and has been visited by many famous people includin... read more
Goadby Marwood Hall - Leicestershire
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Goadby Hall was originally the Dower House for Brooksby Hall south of Melton Mowbray when the Villiers family lived there, and sine the early 17th has been a Manor House. The church is mentioned in the Domesday Book which is 100 yards from the Hall. Jame... read more
Prestwold Hall - Leicestershire
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Located in the heart of the Midlands with easy access by road and rail, Prestwold Hall is one of the region's premier stately homes. it comprises a large Entrance Hall, Library, Inner Hall and Dining Room. up to 150 guests can be seated for various events... read more
Whatton House and Gardens - Leicestershire
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The wife of the first Lord Crawshaw carried out much of the landscaping of the garden in the late 19th Century. Extending to 15 acres, it offers the visitor a haven of peace and tranquility through all the seasons of the year. A myriad of paths lead thr... read more
Burghley House - Lincolnshire
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One of the greatest of Britain's non-royal palaces, a prodigy house built for Elizabeth I's Lord High Treasurer, Lord Burghley. His interiors include a Great Hall with hammerbeam roof and vaulted Old Kitchen. Later Earls of Exeter have endowed the buildin... read more
Easton Walled Gardens - Lincolnshire
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President Franklin Roosevelt described these gardens as a 'Dream of Nirvana...almost too good to be true'. 50 years later, the house was pulled down and the gardens abandoned. 100 years later see the ongoing revival of these magnificent gardens. Funded ... read more
Ellys Manor House - Lincolnshire
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A late 15th to early 16th century wool merchant's Manor House, built in the Flemish style with iconic stepped gable end, built of stone. The House boasts a fabulous scheme of early 16th century wall paintings, said to be the 'most complete, extensive and ... read more
Grimsthorpe Castle - Lincolnshire
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Stately stone edifice which is a confident and mature work of Sir John Vanbrugh, in fact his last major work - extending and refronting a house dating from the 13th century and which survives behind and around a Tudor quadrangle. The hall is considered to... read more
Scawby Hall - Lincolnshire
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This Grade I-listed Jacobean manor house, with its distinctive silhouette of diamond-plan chimney stacks rising above a steep pitched and gabled roofline, has been occupied continuously by members of the Nelthorpe family ever since it was built in around ... read more
Walcot Hall - Lincolnshire
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Walcot Hall - Lincolnshire
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Walcot Hall, a Grade II listed Georgian Hall built in 1726. The façade features two canted bays and large Doric porch. The entrance hall has fluted pilasters and a frieze with alternating fluted panels and gilded urns. The cantilevered staircase has thin ... read more
Althorp - Northamptonshire
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Built in 1508 and set within 550 acres of walled park, Althorp has been the home of the Spencer family for 500 years. Today, Althorp contains one of the finest private collections of art, furniture and ceramics in the world, including numerous paintings b... read more
Apethorpe Palace - Northamptonshire
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The architectural importance of Apethorpe lies in the breadth of architectural elements which survive today from almost every period of English architecture since the late 15th century. Apethorpe has a particularly important place in England’s heritage be... read more
Castle Ashby - Northamptonshire
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Castle Ashby, second Stately Home of the Compton family was built in 1754 expressly for entertaining. Still owned by the family, this magnificent Castle together with its famous furniture, paintings and collections is used exclusively for prestigious and ... read more
Courteenhall - Northamptonshire
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Courteenhall has been scarcely altered since it was built in 1791 and is a beautiful example of a neo-classical country house. The entrance side is austere with its Tuscan columned doorway and as a unique contrast, the garden side is lighter and more rel... read more
Deene Park - Northamptonshire
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Home of the Brudenell family since 1514, this Tudor and Regency mansion is surrounded by beautiful gardens, a large park and lake. Deene Park is the ancestral home of the Earls of Cardigan the most notable of whom is the 7th Earl who led the Charge of th... read more
Holdenby House - Northamptonshire
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Restored from the ruins of Sir Christopher Hatton's great Elizabethan palace, in its day the largest house in England, the surviving garden is a rare piece of history; parts have been replanted by Rosemary Verey (using plants available in 1580) and Rupert... read more
Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens - Northamptonshire
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Built in 1732 to a James Gibbs design, Kelmarsh Hall is surrounded by its working estate, grazed parklands and beautiful gardens. Over the years successive owners and influences have left their imprint on the Palladian style house and the gardens; none mo... read more
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Experience the humble beginnings of the controversial writer who scandalised the literary establishment. Visit this authentically recreated miner’s cottage, birthplace of world renowned Nottinghamshire author D.H. Lawrence, then explore the surrounding co... read more
Hodsock Priory - Nottinghamshire
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Renowned Gardens, famous for spectacular snowdrop displays and winter perennial plant species. Open every February only. Tea Room, Woodland Cafe, Plant Sales & Gift Shop.

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Holme Pierrepont Hall - Nottinghamshire
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The present house is the gatehouse range of a larger medieval house dating from the 13th century. Its facade includes brickwork of c. 1510 and a later battlemented parapet. The interior includes features rescued from the demolished Hall Range, including a... read more
Kelham Hall & Country Park - Nottinghamshire
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Kelham Hall & Country Park is a magnificent Victorian stately home, built in 1863, set within 88 acres of gardens and parklands, located in the heart of Nottinghamshire. A rich history as the ancestral home of the Manners-Sutton family, along with its... read more
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Turvey House - Bedfordshire
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A neo-classical house set in picturesque parkland bordering the River Great Ouse. The principal rooms contain a fine collection of 18th and 19th century English and Continental furniture, pictures, porcelain, objets d'art and books. Walled Garden.
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Elton Hall - Cambridgeshire
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Elton Hall has been home to the Proby family since 1660. Every room is packed with magnificent treasures including important Old Masters, the best 18th century English Portrait painters and 19th century giants such as Millais. The library is one of the ... read more
Braxted Park - Essex
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Located outside of London in the beautiful countryside of Essex, Braxted Park is one of the UK's premier event venues with extensive service capabilities for a multitude of occasions. read more
Beautiful 16th Century Tudor Mansion in a quiet, rural location

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Splendid Norman Keep built c. 1140 by the famous de Veres, Earls of Oxford. Besieged by King John and visited by King Henry VII, King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. Magnificent Banqueting Hall with Minstrels' Gallery, and fine decorative stonework. read more
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A 16th century manor house built by Sir William Petre, Secretary of State to four Tudor monarchs. Elizabeth I spent several nights at the Hall on her Royal Progress of 1561. Sir William's descendants still live in the house which largely retains its Tudor... read more
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Layer Marney Tower is a beautiful Tudor building surrounded by formal gardens and parkland with magnificent views to the Blackwater Estuary. Built of soft red brick, with a delightful warm tone, Layer Marney Tower achieves an extraordinary synthesis of gr... read more
Benington Lordship - Hertfordshire
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Romantic rose garden surrounds ruined Norman keep, gatehouse and Georgian manor. Lawns and steps overlook lakes and parkland. Herbaceous borders, sunken garden, rockery, walled kitchen garden complete with sculptures.

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Knebworth House - Hertfordshire
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Set in 250 acres of rolling Hertfordshire countryside, Knebworth House is one of England's most colourful stately homes. It is remarkable for having been in the same family - the Lyttons - for more than 500 years and for its romantic exterior complete wit... read more
St Paul's Walden Bury - Hertfordshire
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The original pleasant house was built about 1720, with hexagonal wings added in 1767. The house and gardens were designed by the owner, Edward Gilbert. His grand-daughter, Mary Eleanor Bowes married John Lyon, Earl of Strathmore, and the property still be... read more
The Golden Parsonage - Hertfordshire
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Red brick classical early 18th century house with glazed brick 'giant' pilasters, believed to be the surviving wing of a much larger house, possibly never completed. Much restored and refurbished in 1935, following 60 years as a school. 5 acres of gardens... read more
Holkham Hall - Norfolk
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A spectacular example of English Palladian style in local yellow brick built by Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester, between 1734-1764 from plans by William Kent.

The immense entrance hall, with deeply coved and coffered ceiling supported b... read more
Kimberley Hall - Norfolk
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Since the early Middle Ages, Kimberley has been in occupation as a manorial site and deer park. Despite the county's topographically challenged nature, the 'hill' at Downham upon which the present house stands, overlooking the river Tiffey, was originally... read more
Kirstead Hall - Norfolk
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A fine Grade 1 listed Elizabethan Manor house Circa 1570 of 'E' shaped plan with stepped Flemish gable ends. The brickwork with attractive blue diaper decoration and pin tiled roof standing in 4 acres.

The gardens partly walled with an impo... read more
Raynham Hall - Norfolk
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Work on the double gabled H shape house began in 1618. Sir Roger Townshend and his Master Mason William Edge had the house largely completed by 1637 when Sir Roger died. On a hill overlooking a lake this brick and stone building was 90 years ahead of its ... read more
Sennowe Hall - Norfolk
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Sennowe Park is one of Norfolk’s most Romantic and impressive large Edwardian country houses. It was built to grand design by Thomas Albert Cook, grandson of Thomas Cook who founded the famous travel firm in the mid 19th century. He commissioned George Sk... read more
Bruisyard Hall - Suffolk
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Bruisyard Hall is set in its own 700 acre estate in the heart of beautiful Suffolk countryside. The hall dates back to 1354 and is therefore steeped in history, yet with the modern luxuries our guest have grown accustom to. The estate is ideal for priva... read more
Euston Hall - Suffolk
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Euston is a medium-sized, red brick Palladian house and is largely the work of Matthew Brettingham (1699-1769). It impresses by its proportions, elegant yet simple detail and excellent brickwork. This was known at the time as the most magnificent Pallad... read more
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The house at 46 Gainsborough Street in Sudbury, Suffolk dates back to around 1520. Thomas Gainsborough’s parents, John and Mary Gainsborough, probably moved here in 1722, five years before the artist was born.

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Kentwell Hall - Suffolk
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Kentwell Hall is one of England’s finest Tudor houses, developed in stages between about 1500 and 1578. To reach Kentwell you will drive 3/4 mile along an avenue of Lime trees. The house is fully moated and reached by two original bridges.

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The Old Rectory is located in the peaceful hamlet of Great Waldingfield. Set in acres of grounds with a mixture of herbaceous borders, formal garden and lawns, the house and old stables are steeped in over 600 years of history. Principally Georgian, parts... read more
West Stow Hall - Suffolk
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The 16th-century hall was built either by the last abbot of Bury St Edmunds or by wealthy merchant John Croft. Downstairs, heavily timbered, perhaps from an earlier manor, has one of the largest inglenooks in Suffolk, and great reception hall. The gatehou... read more
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The grand Georgian facade of Wingfield College conceals a rare medieval survival: the remnants of a chantry college of priests, complete with a cloister walk and great hall from 1362. It is one of the largest surviving timber-framed buildings of its type ... read more
Yaxley Hall - Suffolk
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Sixteenth century house, former Catholic stronghold, later acquired by the fourth Earl of Scarsdale for his illegitimate family. Refurbished in the 18th century with Gothick window and castellations. The house is part of a thorough refurbishment program... read more
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The Charles Dickens Museum is the leading centre for the study, appreciation and enjoyment of the life and work of Charles Dickens (1812-1870). The Grade I listed building at 48 Doughty Street, which includes a walled garden at the rear, is the only remai... read more
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Clementi House was the London home of Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), composer, pianist, and ‘Father of the Pianoforte’, in the words of the composer’s plaque in Westminster Abbey (where he is buried), during the second and third decades of the 19th century. ... read more
Fulham Palace - London
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Fulham Palace is a remarkable place. The estate was owned by the Bishops of London for over 1500 years and the Palace was their country home from at least the 1... read more
The Hall is the third on this site, the Goldsmiths' Company being located here since 1339. Little is known of the first Hall but the second was erected in 1634-6 and restored after the Great Fire of 1666. It lasted for almost two centuries, but was eventu... read more
Home of the Chelsea Pensioners since 1692. Built by Sir Christopher Wren with later work by Vanburgh, Soane and others. Residential home to some 300 In-Pensioners. read more
Spencer House - London
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Spencer House was built 1756-66 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-97). Situated in the heart of St. James's, Spencer Ho... read more
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Strawberry Hill is Britain's finest example of Georgian Gothic Revival architecture and interior decoration. It began life in 1698 as a modest house, later transformed into 'a little Gothic castle' by Horace Walpole, the son of England's first Prime Minis... read more
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Nestling in the heart of Clerkenwell, the Charterhouse is an amazing survival. Some medieval monastic architecture remains but much of the Carthusian monastery was destroyed during the Reformation. A Tudor mansion was built using monastic masonry. Alth... read more
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Two Temple Place is one of London's hidden architectural gems, an extraordinary late Victorian mansion built by William Waldorf Astor it has become one of London... read more
Syon House - Middlesex
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The London home of the Duke of Northumberland, whose family were granted the former monastic site at the end of the 16th century. The Tudor mansion was remodelled by Robert Adam for the 1st Duke in 1760's and the interiors are an architectural tour de for... read more
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Auckland Castle - Co Durham
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A beautiful medieval castle, situated in the heart of Bishop Auckland, is home to the history of the Bishops of Durham and the famous 17th century Francisco de Z... read more
Raby Castle - Co Durham
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This impressive and complete 14th century fortress of the powerful Nevills, with nine towers set in 200 acres of landscaped deer park, has been home to Lord Barnard's family since 1626. Victorian restoration by Burn includes the Octogan Drawing Room and e... read more
Alnwick Castle - Northumberland
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Mighty fortress home of the Percy family, Dukes of Northumberland, since 1309. The exterior medieval castle is one of the finest in Britain - it was restored by Anthony Salvin, mid 19th century but it retains an appropriate relationship with the town. The... read more
Chillingham Castle - Northumberland
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Border stronghold dating from the 12th century and in form a four-square, 14th century courtyard castle, retaining to the full its medieval character. Restored from near ruin by its present owner, Sir Humphrey Wakefield Bt, it houses an eclectic and fasci... read more
Matfen Hall Hotel - Northumberland
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Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa winner of Large Hotel of the Year 2015 at the Visit England Awards is located just 15 miles west of Newcastle in the charming village of Matfen and is the ancestral home of Sir Hugh and Lady Blackett.

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Newbrough Hall - Northumberland
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Newbrough Lodge was built in 1812/1813 by the architect John Dobson. In 1902, the house had major alterations done by the Edinburgh architect Francis Deas.

In the grounds is a former Power House which had been an electricity generating hous... read more
Whalton Manor - Northumberland
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Historically significant, this 17th century house was much altered by Lutyens in 1908. The three-acre garden is bursting with inspirational planting and magnificent architectural structures, such as the charming Lutyens-designed, Italianate summerhouse, g... read more
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Adlington Hall - Cheshire
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The extensive gardens and grounds of Adlington Hall sit comfortably between the rising hills of the Peak District and the rocky escarpment that is Alderley Edge. They have occupied this choice position for at least five hundred years and reflect that lon... read more
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Good example of early Victorian Jacobean-style mansion (1833-41) with fine plasterwork, panelling, grand staircase and chapel by Salvin. Egerton Warburton painting collection.

Features: The 12-acre gardens, some of the finest in Britain, in... read more
Capesthorne Hall - Cheshire
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Capesthorne Hall near Macclesfield has been the family home of the Bromley Davenports since 1726.

The distinctive Jacobean style house with its Georgian Chapel and delightful gardens and lakes is set in over 100 acres of parkland.
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Combermere Abbey - Cheshire
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Combermere Abbey, originally a Cistercian Monastery dating from 1133, was most recently modelled in 1820 in the Gothic style. Home to the Cotton (Combermere) and Crossley families, it is still a private family house. 10 holiday cottages and a wedding bu... read more
Crewe Hall Hotel - Cheshire
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Crewe Hall is a spellbinding and historic, 400 year old Jacobean mansion in the heart of Cheshire. In its former life as the ancestral home of the Crewe family, this grade 1 listed mansion has welcomed King George V, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth II thro... read more
Dorfold Hall - Cheshire
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Quintessentially English, Dorfold Hall is a magnificent brick and stone gabled, Jacobean house which was originally built in 1616 and is surrounded by enchanting gardens and woodland. Oozing old English charm at every corner, it makes for a breathtaking c... read more
Peover Hall - Cheshire
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A Grade II* listed Elizabethan family house dating from 1585. Situated within some 500 acres of landscaped 18th Century parkland with formal gardens designed c. 1890 that include a series of “garden rooms” filled with clipped box, a lily pond, Romanesque ... read more
Poulton Hall - Cheshire
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1652 country house, enlarged in 1720, 1840 and later. The site, in the continuous occupation of the family for over 900 years, includes library, home farm, outbuildings and curiosities. Of particular interest to historical and literary groups. The Belf... read more
Tatton Park - Cheshire
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Tatton Park is one of the North of England's most impressive historic estates and welcomes you to a variety of attractions. During your visit you can enjoy the 50 acres of Gardens, an historic Mansion, a Tudor Old Hall and a 1930s working Farm. The stunni... read more
In 1970 the sixteenth century Old Medicine House was moved twenty miles, from Wrinehill in Staffordshire to it present site in Blackden, Cheshire. It now stands alongside Toad Hall, home of the author, Alan Garner. All Alan's books have been written in t... read more
Thornton Manor - Cheshire
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Thornton Manor is a sensational venue tucked away in heart of the Wirral countryside.

Formerly home to all three generations of Lord Leverhulme, this hidden gem brims with character from its stunning gatehouse entrance, beautifully ornate rooms a... read more
Broadgate - Cumbria
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Broadgate is a white stuccoed Georgian house with a fine tuscan porch overlooking the Duddon estuary which was immortalised in Wordsworth’s poetry. Broadgate was built by the Lewthwaite family in 1819 and has remained in their hands ever since so that it... read more
Dalemain - Cumbria
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Fine combination of medieval Tudor and early Georgian architecture, ranging from Chinese Drawing Room (original wallpaper and Chippendale furniture) to medieval hall and 16th century priests' hole.

Family home since 1679.

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Glenridding house is a Georgian Regency villa built around 1815, comprehensive full restoration over seven years, It is a unique Cumbrian house on the shores of Lake Ullswater with its latticed cast iron balcony and rare borrowed light above the centre st... read more
Halecat - Cumbria
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Halecat House is beautifully placed at the head of an ancient wooded valley with wonderful views over Arnside and Morecambe Bay. (NB: free access for Friends is to the gardens only.)

As part of the Witherslack Estate at the southern end of ... read more
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Medieval Pele towers, extended in 17th century with a gallery and baroque central facade, in the 18th century with a suite of 3 rooms, and in the 19th century with a tower by Salvin. The interiors span the centuries and contain a fine collection of portra... read more
Johnby Hall - Cumbria
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A sixteenth-century manor house built onto a fourteenth-century pele tower; it was bought by the Duke of Norfolk, of nearby Greystoke Castle, in 1783 and has remained in the Howard family ever since. It is now home for Henry and Anna and their young famil... read more
Lowther Castle - Cumbria
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The Gardens and Castle at Lowther have lain abandoned for 70 years, and in 2011 opened to the public.

Restoration work on the castle ruins is nearly complete, and the next stage of recovery and development on the 130 acres of garden is unde... read more
Morland House - Cumbria
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The house was originally a Tudor vicarage with an 18th century front. After it was bought by the Markham family in 1871, it was much enlarged in Tudor style. It is not open to the public but is a 9 bedroom holiday home sleeping 18.

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Owned by the same family since 1208, the castle today is mainly 14th century with 19th century remodelling. Extensive collection of 16th and 17th century furniture, paintings and family portraits and memorabilia including the 'Luck of Muncaster' cup. Pion... read more
Naworth Castle - Cumbria
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Naworth Castle is a romantic border stronghold dating back to 1335. Home to the Howard family, Naworth is NOT open to the public but does cater for specific corporate events, weddings, private tours and can provide accommodation for special parties. read more
Netherby Hall - Cumbria
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Netherby Hall is centred around a 15th Century Pele Tower, the property has been developed over the centuries with later additions in the 18th and 19th Century. The Hall is built on the site of a Roman fort known as “Castra Exploratorum” and it is believe... read more
Astley Hall - Lancashire
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Astley Hall is a museum and art gallery housed within a Grade I listed historic house. The Hall is set within the beautiful surroundings of Astley Park which include historic woodland, a lake, a fully renovated Victorian walled garden alongside clean and ... read more
Browsholme Hall - Lancashire
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Built in 1507, the house retains its Elizabethan facade whilst the west wing was recast in Regency style by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville. Portraits include Devis and Romney, and collections include arms, armour and antiques from stone age axes to fragments of a ... read more
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A garden of 12 acres. The setting is in a valley cut of the surrounding fields over millennia by a tributary of the river Lune called Artle Beck. The sound of water is ever-present. The terraces descend from the house to the lake, and are planted with ... read more
Hoghton Tower - Lancashire
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Situated in Lancashire between Preston and Blackburn, this Elizabethan fortified hilltop Manor House, is the ancestral home of the de Hoghton family. Built in 1565, the Tower has played host to many famous figures in history including William Shakespeare ... read more
Leighton Hall - Lancashire
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Mid-18th century house 'gothicised' in 1822 for Richard Gillow, of the famous furniture firm. Much early Gillow furniture is shown in the house, which was extended in the 1870s by Paley & Austin to include a high tower.

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Towneley Hall - Lancashire
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Historic House, Museum and Art Gallery set within Historic park and woodlands. Large collection of 19th century oil and water colour paintings, Lancashire made furniture, period rooms, formal gardens and small craft museum.

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Knowsley Hall - Merseyside
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Home to the Earls of Derby and set in 4 square miles of secure landscaped parkland. Knowsley Hall is open to the public for only five days a year (see website fo... read more
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Boconnoc - Cornwall
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Boconnoc House with its surrounding parkland and sweeping vistas to the lake and beyond, is one of the most beautiful locations in hidden Cornwall. The 15th century church nestles in the hill alongside the lawns of the House. read more
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Caerhays Castle, which is owned by the Williams family, is located in a sheltered valley overlooking Porthluney Cove on the South Cornish Coast, and is equidistant from Truro and St Austell. The castle was designed by John Nash, and is set in 120 acres of... read more
Pencarrow - Cornwall
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A square, ochre stuccoed Palladian house of the 1750s built around an earlier one by Robert Allanson and tucked into the warm Cornish countryside. 19th century additions to the library and music room serve to enhance the house's important collection of fa... read more
Pentillie Castle stands in an extraordinary position overlooking the River Tamar with far reaching views across to Dartmoor. Built in 1698 by Sir James Tillie, the house was extended by the Coryton family in 1810 to include 4 wings built around a central ... read more
Port Eliot - Cornwall
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Port Eliot is situated on the banks of the Tamar estuary system in Cornwall, 10 miles to the west of Plymouth, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The house is almost unimaginably old having been continually inhabited since the 5/6th century. It bec... read more
Prideaux Place - Cornwall
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Originally a Tudor house of the typical E-shape completed in 1592, altered in the 18th century, given Strawberry Hill gothic additions in the early 19th. The ornate Elizabethan plaster ceiling depicting the story of Susannah and the Elders in the Great Ch... read more
Scorrier House - Cornwall
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Situated in Historic Garden with many rare trees surrounded by parkland. The family has lived there since 1780. The house is for weddings and other functions. There is also a stud farm. There is an office complex which were the old converted farm building... read more
Trebah Garden - Cornwall
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Trebah is a spectacular 26 acre Cornish ravine garden, rated among the 80 finest gardens in the world.

This sub-tropical paradise is home to a uni... read more
Trereife - Cornwall
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The present owner of Trereife, Tim Le Grice, descends from the first member of his family to live in Cornwall, a certain Charles Valentine Le Grice who was a friend and contemporary of Coleridge and many of the other romantic poets of the early 19th centu... read more
Castle Hill - Devon
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Outstanding, beautiful, privately owned Palladian house in its Grade I park and 5,500 acre agricultural estate in North Devon.

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Eleventh century Manor house set in three acres of beautiful gardens and surrounding woodland. You can have guided tours of Chambercombe Manor or why not visit Lady Jane's garden tea room.

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The Clovelly Estate is completing a major renovation programme of the gardens adjacent to Clovelly Court. The garden is a classic example of the Victorian kitchen garden tradition. To date there has been renovation of magnificent lean-to greenhouses with ... read more
Culver - Devon
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Culver was built in 1836 but extensively remodelled by the great Victorian architect, Alfred Waterhouse who designed London's Natural History Museum. read more
Downes - Devon
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Built in 1692 the property is Grade II* Listed and sits in rolling parkland. Originally constructed of red brick by Moses Gould, the property was faced with Beer Stone by James Buller in 1794 before undergoing extensive changes during the 19th Century. ... read more
Fursdon - Devon
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Home of the Fursdon family since the 13th century, enlarged in the 1730s and completed in 1815 with colonnaded front. Some early features retained. Good family costume collection, including 18th century garments. Set in parkland with attractive gardens. ... read more
One of Devon's most historic houses Great Fulford is a Domesday manor which has been the home of the Fulford family since at least 1190. The present house was mainly constructed in the early 16th century and is a semi fortified mansion built round a cour... read more
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Hartland Abbey is a fascinating house. Built across a narrow,wooded valley leading to an Atlantic cove a mile away, Henry VIII gifted the Abbey to The Keeper of his Wine Cellar, whose descendants live here today. Not only can visitors experience the stunn... read more
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Late 18th century house set in its own parkland, with a neatly rendered austere exterior that belies a warm, comfortable interior with Georgian elegance overlaid... read more
Kelly House - Devon
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Kelly House has been altered over the years, but within the rebuilding the ancient mediaeval Hall house survived. Its carved roof timbers, cut from one oak tree and still in place, are now hidden by the changes which created first floor rooms some 360 yea... read more
Kingston House is now widely regarded as being one of the finest surviving examples of early eighteenth century architecture in Britain today. read more
Mothecombe - Devon
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Mothecombe House is the family home of the Mildmay-Whites and is a classic example of a Queen Anne house with Lutyens additions. Nestled in the heart of the Flete Estate are ten self-catering holiday properties ranging from a cosy converted water mill set... read more
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Set in a large deer park, this fortified mansion was built by the Courtenays between 1390-1490. Severely damaged in the Civil War, the house was restored by a rebuilding programme which ran through to the 19th century. It now houses Georgian interior, hou... read more
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Nestled amidst the rolling hills of the South Hams countryside is Shilstone House, a family home with a remarkable and extensive history. The estate, in the parish of Modbury in South Devon, contains an array of architectural and archaeological features r... read more
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A four-square, 18th century house by Robert Adam, on an ancient site, with facades recast in castellated neo-Norman style a century later. The seat of Lord Clifford of the CABAL, Charles II's great minister - whose pioneering collection of Dutch paintings... read more
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One of the outstanding manor houses in England. The late medieval great hall with tall oriel window is uniquely fine amidst the harmonious Tudor additions with their Ham stone mullions and heraldic carved beasts.

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Corton Denham House is an immaculate 1750 Georgian rectory set in elegant landscaped gardens. Bought by the current owners 14 years ago both the house and gardens have been sensitively restored.

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Set in the very heart of Dorset, Lulworth Castle stands a few miles from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. It was built in the early 17th Century as a hunting lodge and became a country house at the heart of a large estate. Thomas Howard, 3rd Lord Bindon... read more
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The gardens lie in valley landscaped in the 18th century and have been owned by the same family for 350 years. A mile of walks reveals an exceptional collection of rhododendrons and shrubs (magnolias, davidas and acers), and an 18th century water garden w... read more
Smedmore House - Dorset
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A stunning, privately owned, 18th Century Country House on the Jurassic Coast.

Surrounded by countryside and sea views as far as the eye can see, Smedmore House offers a level of tranquillity and privacy that is hard to find elsewhere. read more
Acton Court - Gloucestershire
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Acton Court is said to be the most 'original' Tudor house in England. The major part of what remains of the standing building is the East Wing. It was constructed in just nine months by the owner, Nicholas Poyntz, to accommodate a visit by Henry VIII and ... read more
Berkeley Castle - Gloucestershire
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Home to the Berkeley family for eight and a half centuries, it is probably England's oldest lived-in castle. A majestic structure by the Severn estuary, its Norman shell keep 'slighted' in the Civil War, it has many fine medieval rooms, including a Great ... read more
Chavenage House - Gloucestershire
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16th century, grey Cotswold stone manor house with many Civil War associations including the tapestry-lined rooms stayed in by Cromwell and his second-in-command, General Ireton, in 1648. The house was added to at the turn of the last century and features... read more
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The Chantry, a beautiful 18th century Grade II* listed Queen Anne Style House, set in approximately one acre of attractive gardens, was the the former home of Dr Edward Jenner, the pioneer of vaccination and 'father of immunology'.

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Elmore Court - Gloucestershire
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A mixture of architectural styles in a wonderful family home set in charming grounds. Elmore Court is a wedding and events venue opened as a business in late 2013. Visits and viewing are by appointment only. read more
Hamswell House - Gloucestershire
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The main façade of Hamswell House is Jacobean and a fine example of the English Renaissance. The garden façade is Queen Anne.

The orangery in the grounds is 18th century with high arched windows and a Cotswold stone roof. The extensive gard... read more
Misarden Park Gardens - Gloucestershire
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This lovely, timeless garden, with spectacular views over both deer park and rolling Cotswold hills beyond, was created in the 17th Century and still retains a wonderful sense of peace and quietness. There are extensive yew hedges, including a notable top... read more
Rodmarton Manor - Gloucestershire
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Rodmarton Manor, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, was one of the last country houses to be built and furnished in the old traditional style when everything was done by hand with local stone, local timber and local craftsmen. Ernest Barnsley and the C... read more
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'As perfect and pretty a Cotswold manor house as anyone is likely to see' (Fodor's Great Britian 1998 guidebook). Stanway's beautiful architecture, furniture, parkland and village are now complemented by the restored 18th century water garden and the magn... read more
Sudeley Castle - Gloucestershire
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With royal and historical connections that stretch back over a thousand years, Sudeley Castle & Gardens has played an important role in the turbulent and changing times of England’s past. The castle was a base for Richard III during the Wars of the Ro... read more
Westonbirt House & Gardens - Gloucestershire
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Westonbirt is a supreme example of Victorian architecture. Built by RS Holford between 1862-1875 to house his art and literature, the house is the birthplace of the Arboretum. Come and visit our formal and pleasure grounds, including the Walled Italianate... read more
Whitminster House - Gloucestershire
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Whitminster House is listed Grade II* and is a charming example of a family home that has evolved over the centuries.

The Manor dates from Saxon times and is mentioned in Domesday Book. It was reputedly confiscated by Maud, wife of William... read more
Woodchester Mansion - Gloucestershire
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Woodchester Mansion is a Grade I listed house built in the Victorian Gothic style. It is unfinished, so offers visitors a rare opportunity to see how a building of this period was constructed.

Construction started in the mid-1850s and work... read more
Cothelstone Manor - Somerset
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Cothelstone Manor was given to Sir Adam de Coveston by WIlliam the Conqueror, and there has been a house on the site since, during which time it has been in the hands of only two families.

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Crowcombe Court - Somerset
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Crowcombe Court was built as a statement of wealth and a house in which to entertain by Thomas Carew. Completed in 1739 by Nathaniel Ireson, who also built Stourhead and Ven House, the style is described as Regional English Baroque and sits between the Qu... read more
Forde Abbey - Somerset
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Enjoy Forde Abbey's award winning 30 acre informal garden where there is always something of beauty and interest to see; from carpets of springtime bulbs, through vibrant summer borders to the wonderful colours of the arboretum in autumn. Even in winter, ... read more
Maunsel House - Somerset
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Set amongst 1000 acres of beautiful Somerset countryside at the end of a tree lined drive, Maunsel House is a wonderful setting for your dream wedding. Maunsel house offers you an idyllic setting with a relaxed and informal atmosphere. read more
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The Royal Crescent was built to the designs of John Wood the Younger between 1767 and 1774. It is justly considered one of the finest achievements of urban 18th century architecture and represents the highest point of Palladian architecture in Bath. read more
Old Bowlish House - Somerset
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Built around 1618, this Grade II* listed clothier’s house was modernised by the Georgians c.1735. A Palladian frontage and stone mullioned rear windows are two of the external features which enclose finely proportioned rooms, original fireplaces and a mag... read more
Orchard Wyndham - Somerset
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Orchard Wyndham is an ancient and rambling family home set in formal gardens and parkland containing considerable woodlands. The house, which has been much alte... read more
Rumwell Park - Somerset
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Rumwell Park provides the perfect venue to any special event. For details please see the website www.rumwellpark.co.uk read more
Woodlands Castle is a privately owned venue near Taunton which is available to hire for weddings, special occasions, conferences and corporate events. We have a friendly and flexible approach and with our own catering team we can help create your event to... read more
Bowood House - Wiltshire
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Family home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne, Robert Adam's Diocletian wing of a once larger house includes a magnificent orangery, library, chapel, sculpture gallery (with famous Lansdowne Marble) and the laboratory where Joseph Priestley disc... read more
Longleat House - Wiltshire
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Longleat House is set within 900 acres of ‘Capability' Brown landscaped gardens and is widely regarded as one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to t... read more
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Lydiard House & Park is the ancestral home of the Viscounts Bolingbroke. The Palladian house contains original family furnishings and portraits, exceptional plasterwork and rare 17th century painted window. The Georgian walled garden has beautiful sea... read more
Newhouse - Wiltshire
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A curious triangular building using 2-inch thick bricks, erected by the same family which built Longford Castle, also triangular. Begun in 1609 as a hunting lodge, it points outwards like a figure 'Y' and has 18th century extensions added to the 'Y' wings... read more
Overtown House - Wiltshire
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A Grade II listed house, built in separate stages during the seventeenth century, this traditional family home has many features of the period, including a close... read more
Trafalgar Park - Wiltshire
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Built in 1733 for Sir Peter Vandeput, added to in 1766 for Henry Dawkins and purchased by Parliament in 1812 for the Admiral's brother and his heirs as a tribute to the great Admiral and Battle of Trafalgar (and required to change its name from Standlynch... read more
Wilton House - Wiltshire
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The chief architectural features are the magnificent 17th century state apartments (including the famous Single and Double Cube rooms) and the 19th century cloisters.

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Dorney Court - Berkshire
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Built 1440, atmospheric Tudor manor house - rambling, many gabled in pink brick and oak framing. Atmospheric interiors with oak panelling, hung with portraits of the family's 400-year tenure (one - Barbara Palmer, Countess of Castlemaine - was courted her... read more
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A 1930s woodland garden and 19th century formal gardens surround the historic house; with deer park, water garden and other small special gardens.

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Highclere Castle - Berkshire
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Highclere Castle is the ancestral home of the Earls of Carnarvon. In the 1830s the 3rd Earl commissioned Sir Charles Barry to transform the original Georgian house into this soaring pinnacled mansion. Today the 8th Earl and Countess take a keen interest i... read more
Shaw House - Berkshire
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Shaw House was built in 1581 by Newbury clothier Thomas Dolman. This fine Elizabethan building was home to successive Dol... read more
Stanlake Park - Berkshire
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The beginnings of the estate were around 1166 when the land was held by Patrick Earl of Salisbury. The estate was then named Hinton Pipard and the site of the original manor house was on the edge of the northern most perimeter, at Botany Bay Copse, where ... read more
Wickham House - Berkshire
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A rectory at Wickham seems to have been built during the reign of Henry II (between 1154 and 1189). However, the present building dates from the 18th century and was designed by the Gothic Revival architect Benjamin Ferrey. Ferrey greatly enlarged and al... read more
Chenies Manor House - Buckinghamshire
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15th and 16th century brick manor house with fortified tower and stepped gables. Originally the home of the Russell family, then Earls of Bedford, and visited by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. There is a well, medieval undercroft and later hiding place, cont... read more
Claydon Gardens - Buckinghamshire
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Beautiful, tranquil, classic English country house gardens and buzzing artisan courtyard. A hidden Buckinghamshire gem with newly renovated tea room, events room ‘The Stables’, and resident fine artist, florist, sculptor, potter, picture framers and galle... read more
Hampden House - Buckinghamshire
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A Grade I Listed building of architectural and historical significance. Dating from the 14th century, the main body of the house is Elizabethan. Further re-modelling around 1750, to the designs of Thomas Iremonger, show charming gothic work with battlemen... read more
Nether Winchendon House - Buckinghamshire
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Nether Winchendon House is a unique Strawberry Hill Gothick medieval manor house situated in a beautiful valley at the foot of the Chilterns.

It has passed by family descent for over 450 years and remains a family home to this day.
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Fairlight Hall - East Sussex
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Fairlight Hall is a private family home set in some 90 acres of pleasure gardens, pasture and woodland, with commanding views across farmland to the English Channel and the Rye Bay Peninsula. The Mock Tudor mansion was built in the 1850s by a Sussex famil... read more
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Early 18th century farmhouse set in beautiful countryside on the edge of the Weald, with views over the South Downs in a one hectare garden which contains many m... read more
Pashley Manor Gardens - East Sussex
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Visit Pashley Manor Gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent, to see Romantic English landscaping and artistic planting framed by fine old trees, fountains and ponds, with the unusual Tudor/Georgian manor house, which is a private family home not open to... read more
Avington Park - Hampshire
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Restoration house of brick with giant Doric portico by John James (who assisted Wren to build Greenwich Hospital) for George Brydges, who died in the lake rescuing his pet dog. Sumptous painted interiors and further elaborations by the 18th century Duke o... read more
Beaulieu - Hampshire
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Palace House has been home to Lord Montagu's family since 1538 when it was converted from the great gatehouse of the Cistercian abbey founded in 1204, and further enlarged in the 19th century - keeping most of its monastic features, including the graceful... read more
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Elizabethan manor house which has been in the Knight family for over 400 years and once belonged to Jane Austen's brother, Edward, who was adopted by childless K... read more
Hill Place - Hampshire
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Hill Place is a Georgian villa built in a Soanian style between 1790 and 1800 for Richard Goodlad of the East India Company. It boasts four principal reception rooms and a spectacular hall with cantilever staircase.

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Houghton Lodge is a Grade II* Historic House, stunningly situated on a hilltop, overlooking an open and gently curving stretch of the River Test with its swans and water meadows.

Built sometime before 1799 and probably intended as a fishin... read more
Somerley - Hampshire
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Somerley, the privately owned stately home of The 6th Earl of Normanton is situated in a magnificent setting on the edge of the New Forest, fifteen minutes from Bournemouth, twenty five minutes from Southampton and ninety minutes from London. The estate,... read more
The Grange Estate - Hampshire
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The historic core of the Estate is Grange Park, a 600 acre landscaped park which contains The Grange, an important Grade I listed neo-classical country house. The house is no longer occupied but provides an ideal venue for parties and wedding receptions,... read more
The Summer House - Hampshire
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An 18th century bath house built to a design by Capability Brown who laid out Warnford Park for Lord Clanricarde. It is in the Strawberry Hill Gothic style, with a formal garden and the original terrace and ha-ha 200 metres long. Its Gothic interiors have... read more
Farringford - Isle of Wight
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Farringford was the much loved home of Poet Laureate, Alfred Lord Tennyson, for 40 years from 1833. The main house dates from 1806 with gothic embellishments and... read more
NorthCourt - Isle of Wight
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15 acre Historic Garden surrounding 17th century House. Gardens extending from greensand terraces to chalk stream landscaped over 400 years and now planted with a wide range of exotic plants. Plantsman's Garden with subtropical areas and walled garden. <... read more
Northwood House - Isle of Wight
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Northwood House is a Grade II* Listed Georgian house with glorious painted function rooms and surrounded by parkland. Occupying a prime position above the town of Cowes it was built in the early 19th century for the Ward Family. Northwood House has a ric... read more
Nunwell House - Isle of Wight
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The picturesque house has been a family home since 1522 and is of great historic and architectural interest. It was here that Sir John Oglander, was host to Char... read more
Allington Castle is indeed one of Kent's best kept secrets. Nestled in 42 acres next to the river Medway near Maidstone, the Castle dates back to Medieval times and is surrounded by a moat. A large lake split by a Causeway leads up to the Castle entrance.... read more
Elizabethan Manor House situated in its own country estate with fabulous views over the Weald of Kent. read more
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Grade 1 listed Queen Anne Manor House with Tudor origins located in a 20 acre wooded park with lake. Historic stable block and kitchen garden - now a demonstration fruit orchard.
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Winners of Garden of the Year 2016 by South & South East in Bloom, in the Heritage Parks & Gardens category.

Hever Castle & Gardens is a charming 13th century double-moated Castle containing a comfortable Tudor manor hou... read more
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Visitors never forget their first breath-taking vision of Leeds Castle in Kent, rising majestically from the moat as it has done for over 900 years. With 500 acr... read more
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Charming Grade 1 Georgian house built by Thomas and Mary Marchant in 1728 with a rear wing partly C19th and partly C20th. The character of Matfield is of one of those formed by late Stuart and early Georgian houses, the homes of village magnates, well-to-... read more
Provender - Kent
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Provender was built in 1342 as a medieval hall house for Lucas de Vienne, the Chief Archer to the Black Prince. Only a few of the 14th century rooms remain including the solar or Crown Post Room, with its fine crown posts. A second hall house was connecte... read more
St Clere - Kent
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A historic mansion house, St Clere was built around 1630. Owned at one time by Thomas Boleyn, it is said that Henry VIII visited St Clere during his courtship with Anne Boleyn. It has also been owned by Montagu Norman, who was a former Governor of the Ban... read more
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Westenhanger is the site of a 14th century fortification with ruins, a reconstructed house, mediaeval barns and a large stone dovecote. There are 14 acres of meadows surrounding the lawned keep and a dry moat. The house is Grade I listed and the rest is a... read more
Blenheim Palace - Oxfordshire
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Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. A true masterpiece of 18th Century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace delivers an awe-inspiring experience for visitors. Discover the beauty of... read more
Broughton Castle - Oxfordshire
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Moated medieval manor house of 14th century, enlarged in the 16th, and home of the Fiennes family, Lords Saye and Sele. Many medieval rooms survive, including the chapel and a whole suite of remarkably intact Elizabethan interiors. James I slept in the Ki... read more
Cornbury Park - Oxfordshire
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Set in Charlbury in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, Cornbury Park is a spectacular venue for a wide variety of events and activities.

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Fawley Manor - Oxfordshire
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Fawley Manor is a listed grade II* Jacobean manor house of 1614 with connections to Charles I who had headquarters here in the Civil Wars. Now fully restored and retaining many original features it is surrounded by large lawns and yew gardens. It is set i... read more
Hook Norton Brewery - Oxfordshire
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Brewing since 1849, Hook Norton Brewery is a proudly independent family owned, fifth generation brewery based in the heart of the Cotswold Hills that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach... read more
Kirtlington Park - Oxfordshire
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Built in 1742 for the Dashwood family it was designed by the architect James Gibbs who also designed the wonderful Radcliffe Camera in Oxford, Ditchley Park and other fine 18th Century houses.

The exuberant 18th century plaster ceiling in... read more
Stonor Park - Oxfordshire
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Set deep in the Chilterns in a hilly deer park with mature beeches, the house of the Stonor family since 1150, with the continually used 14th century Catholic ch... read more
The Manor Chalgrove - Oxfordshire
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Grade I, late medieval timber framed court house. Features include: arch-braced roof, finest of its type: early 13th century screen; 16th & 17th century wall paintings. Family house. read more
Worcester College - Oxfordshire
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Worcester College occupies a 26-acre site situated to the west of the junction of Beaumont Street and Walton Street in Oxford. Its buildings include 14th Century and 15th Century monastic camerae in the north east and forming the southern range of the Ma... read more
Greyfriars House is a mansion in the Surrey Hills. Set high above the North Downs with spectacular south-facing views over an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its formal lawns are level with the tops of the trees forty feet below. CFA Voysey's masterpi... read more
Loseley Park - Surrey
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Built in the reign of Elizabeth I, Loseley Park stands in ancient Surrey parkland with far reaching views across the North Downs. Still the home of the More-Molyneux family, it is remarkably unchanged since 1562 when Sir William More laid the first stone... read more
The Garth - Surrey
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The Old Workhouse, now known as The Garth (G II* listed) is located on the West side of Lingfield, a beautiful old village first mentioned in the tenth century. The origins of The Garth go back to 1729, when Lingfield parish drew up a contract with the lo... read more
Vann - Surrey
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Family Home to the Caröes since 1907. Historic Listed Grade II* House dating from 1542 with extensions and/or additions every century, the last by W.D. Caröe in the Arts and Crafts manner - architect to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners from 1880 until his... read more
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Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village is a unique arts heritage site consisting of four listed Arts & Crafts buildings as well as beautifully landscaped woodlands and grounds. Founded by the Victorian artists George Frederic and Mary Watts, the Artists’ Vi... read more
Arundel Castle - West Sussex
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The seat of The Dukes of Norfolk and set in 40 acres of sweeping grounds and gardens, Arundel Castle has been open to visitors seasonally for nearly 200 years. I... read more
Bignor Park - West Sussex
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Bignor Park is a private estate located in beautiful unspoilt surroundings at the foot of the South Downs. read more
Borde Hill Garden - West Sussex
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This heritage Garden is renowned for its rare shrubs and champion trees, created from specimens accumulated by the great Victorian plant collectors and tended with passion by four generations of the Stephenson Clarke family. Borde Hill combines outstandin... read more
Cowdray Ruins - West Sussex
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Cowdray is one of Southern England's most important early Tudor courtiers' houses, visited by King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. Partially destroyed by fire in 1793, its ruins are set in the stunning landscaped grounds of Cowdray Park. Accessible agai... read more
Goodwood House - West Sussex
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Goodwood House, home to the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years, is open to the public for 60 days a year. The Regency State Apartments house some astonishing treasures including celebrated paintings by horse artist George Stubbs and Canaletto's stunning... read more
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A traditional stone E-shaped Elizabethan mansion, built in 1557 with an impressive aspect and towering mullioned and transomed windows in the Great Hall. An excellent collection of portraits of English Tudor and Stuart monarchs and their courts, plus some... read more
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Magnificent timber-framed monastic inn, founded by Bishop Waynflete of Winchester in 1470 for pilgrims journeying to Canterbury. Fine panelled rooms including the unique 16th century trompe l'oeil 'Painted Room'. The Library contains an important collecti... read more
Stansted Park - West Sussex
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Stansted Park stands in 1800 acres of extraordinary landscaped parkland and ancient forest within the South Downs National Park. In 1983 the 10th Earl of Bessborough gave Stansted Park, the Arboretum, his family home and its beautiful contents to the publ... read more
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The Weald & Downland Open Air Museum is home to over 50 historic buildings which have been rescued from destruction and rebuilt in a beautiful 45-acre settin... read more
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Burton Court - Herefordshire
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Regency and Victorian Squire's House with surprising survival of a 14th century Great Hall. Recently restored Victorian & Edwardian gardens. A variety of functions can be held. Guided tours of historic rooms, costumes, natural history, ship models, archae... read more
Eastnor Castle - Herefordshire
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Eastnor is a dramatic fairytale castle situated in a 5000 acre estate in the Malvern Hills within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The castle is surrounded by a lake, deer park and arboretum, with magnificent views of the rolling Herefordshire coun... read more
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Hampton Court Castle is a fortified manor house recently opened to the public who can view the elaborate gardens and home and make use of the award-winning The Orangery Cafe and on-site gift shop. The building was established in 1434, but was renovated i... read more
Kentchurch Court - Herefordshire
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Kentchurch Court has been the seat of the Scudamore's since the 11th century. Ralph Scudamore, the first recorded member of the family, to come over from Normandy, arrived in Ewyas Harold in 1052, where he built a castle for Edward the Confessor. The Tow... read more
Wilton Castle - Herefordshire
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First mentioned in 1188, Wilton Castle was one of the Marches Castles that guarded the Welsh border. Nestling on the banks of the beautiful River Wye, this ancie... read more
Aldenham Park - Shropshire
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Aldenham Park is a Palladian mansion surrounded by 10 acres of gardens in the heart of the south Shropshire countryside. The Acton family first acquired the estate in 1465 and the present house was built in 1691, providing a home for many of the most inte... read more
Broadward Hall - Shropshire
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Set in the Marches close to the Herefordshire/Shropshire border, there has been a community on the site since the Bronze Age and evidence of a mediaeval house still remain within the cellars. Broadward appears in the deeds of Clungunford as early as 1658,... read more
Halston Hall - Shropshire
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Halston Hall is a Grade 1 listed William and Mary house. It was originally home to the infamous John ‘Mad Jack’ Mytton. Along with the house there is also a Grade 1 timber framed medieval chapel, extensive outbuildings and an Ice House. read more
Hardwick Hall - Shropshire
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Hardwick Hall is a grand Grade II * listed Georgian Hall of three floors and a cellar. It is flanked by two villas, and has terraces on both the North and South sides. It faces South out across parkland (including a Cricket field) and North across a paddo... read more
Hatton Grange - Shropshire
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Hatton Grange was built in 1764 for Plowden Slaney by the Shrewsbury Architect Thomas Farnolls Pritchard, who is most famous for designing the first iron bridge in the world. Hatton is one of his most complete existing works and is a good example of a pro... read more
Stokesay Court - Shropshire
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Built in 1889 by Thomas Harris for John Derby-Allcroft, a wealthy glove manufacturer, Stokesay Court is a magnificent example of late Victorian architecture with its high, galleried carved oak central hall and dramatic views over Ludlow and the nearby Cle... read more
Upton Cressett Hall - Shropshire
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Sixteenth century moated Elizabethan manor with turreted gatehouse set in remote and beautiful Shropshire countryside near market towns of Bridgnorth. Located ne... read more
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The Garden is said to be in a classical English Arts and Crafts style. It consists of a series of linked garden “rooms” filled with modern plantings. The rooms are linked by almost exclusive use of perennials, but there are also recurring themes of oak be... read more
Sandon Hall - Staffordshire
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Sandon Hall has been the ancestral home of the Harrowby family since 1776, when Nathaniel, 1st Baron Harrowby bought what was then a shooting lodge and had it transformed by the architect Samuel Wyatt into Sandon Hall

William Emes was comm... read more
Sugnall Hall & Gardens - Staffordshire
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New Hall – Georgian house with Victorian additions – formal parterre, alleé, flower garden, stumpery, potager.

Old Hall – Jacobean cellars survive intact, Georgian kitchen wing intact. Walled garden circa 1737 – 2 acres (see website for fu... read more
The Heath House - Staffordshire
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The house is early Tudor-Gothic (1840) situated in 125 acres of parkland, and 60 acres of woodland. We have four main reception rooms and overnight accommodation for up to 10 at present.
The formal gardens and marquee area are extensive and we off... read more
Alscot Park - Warwickshire
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Set in 4,000 acres of beautiful Warwickshire countryside, mainly within the parish of Preston-on-Stour, Stratford-upon-Avon, Alscot a thriving country Estate has been in the West family for over two hundred years.

The Estate is headed by Emma Hol... read more
Arbury Hall - Warwickshire
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Arbury Hall, standing in the midst of rolling lawns, surrounded by many acres of beautiful parkland, seven miles from the centre of England has been the home of the Newdegate family since the 16th century.

This lovely Elizabethan mansion ho... read more
Compton Verney - Warwickshire
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Compton Verney is an award winning art gallery in Warwickshire. It offers a unique opportunity to view art in the setting of a Grade 1 listed Robert Adam mansion... read more
Coughton Court - Warwickshire
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15th century home of the Throckmortons. Elaborate stone gatehouse (1510-20) with 2-storey oriel window, in which the wives of the conspirators of the Gunpowder Treason Plot waited for the outcome, is now set amongst buildings adapted or extended 1690-1835... read more
Honington Hall - Warwickshire
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Fine Caroline manor house built in the early 1680s in mellow red brick with stone quoins decorated with carved busts and with tall chimneys: the perfect model for a dolls' house. The interior was lavishly remodelled in 1740s and includes good plasterwork ... read more
Ilmington Manor - Warwickshire
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Ilmington Manor is a rambling Elizabethan Cotswold stone manor house, built 1590-1600 for Sir Thomas Andrew.

The Andrew family seem to be of grea... read more
Ragley Hall - Warwickshire
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Designed by Robert Hooke in 1680, one of the earliest of England's great Palladian houses, with a massive portico added by Wyatt in 1780. The elaborately plastered Great Hall by James Gibb in 1750 is one of the finest Baroque interiors. Good French and En... read more
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Winterbourne is an Edwardian Arts & Crafts property, restored to its former splendour. One of the best surviving examples of an Edwardian arts and crafts villa garden, there are seven acres to explore and enjoy. Inside the house, exhibition rooms brin... read more
Abberley Hall - Worcestershire
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Abberley Hall has been described by English Heritage as one of the finest remaining examples of the Victorian Country House, comparable with Osborne House and Brodsworth Hall. It was built in the Italianate style by Samuel Daukes in 1845 and sits in 100 ... read more
Birtsmorton Court - Worcestershire
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Set against the Malvern Hills, hidden in the Worcestershire countryside, Birtsmorton Court is a moated medieval Manor House, surrounded by parkland and enchanting formal gardens.

As Birtsmorton Court offers a diverse range of facilities you... read more
Hagley Hall - Worcestershire
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Noble Palladian house with corner pavilions completed in 1760 to the designs of Sanderson Miller. Italian plasterwork by Vassalli and Rococo decoration with furnishings by Chippendale. Collection includes Grand Tour items, including marble classical busts... read more
Perrycroft - Worcestershire
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House designed by CFA Voysey and built for JW Wilson in 1895. Unusually well preserved Arts and Crafts house in a spectacular hillside setting.

Garden partly designed by Voysey and restored and extended by the current owners. 10 acres of f... read more
Spetchley Park Gardens - Worcestershire
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A plantsman's paradise with over 30 acres of gardens featuring many rare trees, shrubs and plants. In the Berkeley family since 1605, the garden was extended in the early 20th century by Rose Berkeley and her sister, the great Edwardian gardener, Miss Ell... read more
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Austwick Hall - Yorkshire
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A Yorkshire Dales Manor House, originally built as a fortified tower, set in 13 acres of formal gardens and woodland.

Exquisitely furnished with a... read more
Birdsall House - Yorkshire
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Birdsall House nestles in one of the most picturesque of North Yorkshire landscapes just south of Malton and 20 miles east of York. We organise and host weddings and special events at Birdsall House and we offer tours of the house for group bookings. We a... read more
Bolton Castle - Yorkshire
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A palatial manor house and fortress completed in 1399 and with a wealth of history. Its strong walls and small windows give a clear picture of the way castles were inhabited in the middle ages. Home of the Scrope family and the place of imprisonment of Ma... read more
Brockfield Hall - Yorkshire
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A fine Georgian house, built for Benjamin Agar by Peter Atkinson whose father was a partner of John Carr of York. Work at Brockfield started in 1799 and was completed in 1807. The most dramatic features of the house are the entrance hall with its stone ... read more
Broughton Hall - Yorkshire
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Georgian Palladian in style, the Grade 1 listed Broughton Hall dates back to 1597 with the two wings either side added in 1810. It has been the seat of the Tempest Baronets for 900 years and currently belongs to the 31st generation of the Tempest family. ... read more
Carlton Towers - Yorkshire
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A magnificent Victorian Gothic country house, Carlton Towers has belonged to the ancestors of the Duke of Norfolk since the Norman Conquest. Currently the family home to Lord and Lady Gerald Fitzalan Howard, it is the most complete house of its type to be... read more
Castle Howard - Yorkshire
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This virtual palace was the first great work of the architect Sir John Vanbrugh in 1699 for Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Carlisle. Arguably the finest Baroque stately home in Britain, with a spectacular Great Hall under the painted and gilded dome 80 feet ... read more
Denton Hall - Yorkshire
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This beautiful venue is set in 2500 acres of Yorkshire's finest countryside with dramatic views towards the historic spa town of Ilkley, the River Wharfe and the famous Ilkey Moor. The hall, designed by the famous architect, John Carr, has an imposing so... read more
Goldsborough Hall - Yorkshire
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Goldsborough Hall is a 17th century Grade II* privately owned stately home, set in beautiful parkland in the heart of the Yorkshire Countryside. The Hall is situated in the village of Goldsborough, near Harrogate, just south of the A59 near Knaresborough.... read more
Grays Court - Yorkshire
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Grays Court is one of the oldest continuously occupied houses in the country and is listed at grade I as a building of special architectural and historic interest. The building is located in the minster precinct, a conservation area within the candidate ... read more
Harewood House - Yorkshire
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Harewood House, built in the 1760s by Edwin Lascelles, is renowned for its magnificent Robert Adam interiors, superb Thomas Chippendale furniture and world class... read more
Hovingham Hall - Yorkshire
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This Palladian family home in its beautiful parkland setting was designed and built by Thomas Worsley. It is still lived in by his descendants and was the childhood... read more
Lawkland Hall - Yorkshire
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Elizabethan house with lovely gardens close to Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. Gardens were featured in Country Life (24 November 2005). Welcome groups to the house and garden, up to 20. Limited accommodation may be provided. read more
Markenfield Hall - Yorkshire
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Three miles south of Ripon, tucked privately away down a mile-long winding drive, stands one of the most astonishing and romantic of Yorkshire's medieval houses. Built defensively in 1310 by Edward II's Chancellor of the Exchequer John de Markenfield, it ... read more
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Georgian town house with walled plantsman's garden which won first prize in the RHS competition. An RHS recommended garden. read more
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The home of Richard and Lucinda Compton, Newby Hall is one of England's renowned Adam houses. In the 1760s William Weddell, an ancestor of the Comptons, acquired a magnificent collection of ancient Roman sculpture and Gobelins tapestries. He commissioned ... read more
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Parcevall Hall Gardens is situated at the head of a valley, in a tranquil and picturesque setting steeped in history. The gardens were created out of wild moorland terrain from 1927 onwards by Sir William Milner (1893-1960). A farsighted architect, hortic... read more
Ripley Castle - Yorkshire
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Family home of the Ingilbys for 28 generations. Medieval gatehouse, Treasurer Ingilby's tower of 1555 and the main apartments rebuilt in the 1780s. In the tower is the highly evocative Knight's Room with boarded wainscot and priests' hole. Estate village ... read more
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Uniquely situated on a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens enjoys spectacular views over Br... read more
Sion Hill Hall - Yorkshire
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An Arts and Crafts period hall of outstanding neo-Georgian architectural detail, designed in 1912 by the renowned architect Walter H. Brierley, "the Lutyens of the North", receiving an award from the Royal Institute of British Architects as being of "outs... read more
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Founded as a medieval hospital but largely rebuilt in Tudor times, St Nicholas is the oldest continuously inhabited house in Richmond, listed Grade II. Roughly 7 acres of gardens designed and planted by the Hon Robert ‘Bobbie’ James at the start of the 20... read more
Stockeld Park - Yorkshire
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A fine stone Palladian villa designed for the Catholic Middleton family by James Paine and completed in 1763 with a deep central pediment and two flanking pediments, the piano nobile of ashlar and, below, stone rusticated banding. Inside the central oval ... read more
Sutton Park - Yorkshire
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The house is a fine example of Georgian architecture overlooking magnificent parkland; built in 1730 by Thomas Atkinson, and filled with beautiful 18th century furniture and paintings from Buckingham House (now Buckingham Palace). Magnificent plasterwork ... read more
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Temple Newsam House & Estate is one of the great country houses of England. Set within over 1500 acres of parkland, woodland and farmland landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th century, it is a magnificent Tudor-Jacobean mansion. Famous as the bir... read more
Thorpe Hall - Yorkshire
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Thorpe Hall is a listed Grade II* building; was built and re-built in the late 1690's and early 1700's; has two mid to late 18th Century additions and a later west wing added in the late 19th Century. The flat headed windows with chamfered mullions in the... read more
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Ardgowan - Scotland
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Late 18th century neo-classical house. Medieval castle ruin in garden, in 300 acres of parkland leading into Firth of Clyde. Riding school on site and access to marina. read more
Ardkinglas - Scotland
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Ardkinglas Estate is located at the head of Loch Fyne in Argyll approximately 10 miles from Inveraray and extends to some 4800 hectares (12,000 acres). The house, gardens and policy woodland are located on the shores of Loch Fyne south of the village of ... read more
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Family home since 1546 to Macpherson-Grants, who founded the famous Aberdeen Angus cattle. Outstanding example of Scottish baronial architecture, with 19th century wings added to the main 16th century fabric. Collection of 17th century Spanish paintings. ... read more
Blair Castle - Scotland
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Located at the gateway to Cairngorms National Park, Blair Castle sits at the heart of 145,000 acre Atholl Estates. Fortress home of the Dukes of Atholl from the Castle's commencement in 1269. Visitors can immerse themselves in 700 years of family history... read more
Cambo House - Scotland
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Just south of Historic St. Andrews, 'The Home of Golf', in Fife, this family-run estate is set among the picturesque fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife yet within easy reach of Edinburgh and the Highlands.

A secret, unspoilt, haven... read more
Cardross - Scotland
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The house is thought to have been built in 1598 by David Erskine, Commendator of Inchmahome Priory on the island in the Lake of Menteith where Mary, Queen of Scots lived as a child. There is a lintel above a second storey window with D.E. and M.H.(for his... read more
Carolside - Scotland
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A late 18th century, Grade B listed mansion set in beautiful parkland, flanked by wooded hills, nestling in a bend of the River Leader

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Traditional, comprising lawns, shrubberies, mixed borders, a Secret garden, a Wi... read more
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The Castle of Mey, built in the 1560s, was bought by The Queen Mother in 1952. She restored the castle and created the beautiful gardens that can be seen today. ... read more
Castle Leod - Scotland
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Castle Leod, a Grade A listed building, was probably started by a Viking chief called Leod in the late 12th century. We know that the walls and lower ground floor including the kitchen and dungeon are early 14th century. The current roof and probably top ... read more
Craigenputtock comprises the principal residence - a two story 4 bedroomed Georgian Country House (Category B listed), 2 cottages and a farmstead. 315 acres of moorland hill rising to 1000 ft above see level. 350 acres of ground of which 40 acres is ar... read more
Dalmeny House - Scotland
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Tudor gothic revival mansion and home of the Earls of Rosebery. One of the greatest treasure houses of Scotland, including the pick of the Rothschild Mentmore collection (fine 18th century French furniture), the 5th Lord Rosebery's Napleonic collection an... read more
Dundas Castle - Scotland
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Dundas Castle is one of Scotland's most beautiful and historic castles and is an officially recognised 5 Star, ‘Exclusive Use’ venue. Built in 1818 by the renowned Scottish architect, William Burn, the Castle is now the stately home of Sir Jack and Lady ... read more
Duns Castle - Scotland
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Situated in the heart of the beautiful Scottish border countryside, this enchanting historic 14th Century Castle has been opened up to guests as an exclusive and very personal venue by its owners, the Hay family. read more
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Any visit to the Isle of Skye would be incomplete without savouring the wealth of history offered by Dunvegan Castle & Gardens, with its 5* grading from Visit Scotland. Built on a rocky outcrop on the shores of Loch Dunvegan, Dunvegan is the oldest co... read more
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Widely recognised as the most photographed castle in Scotland, Eilean Donan sits majestically at the point where three great lochs meet. The site has been fortified for at least 800 years and although partially destroyed during a Jacobite uprising in 1719... read more
Grade A listed Tower House in 20 acres of woodland and garden. read more
Fenton Tower - Scotland
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The Tower was built in 1577 for Sir John Carmichael, a friend if King James VI, who was warden of the Scottish Middlemarch and responsible for policing the border between Scotland and England. In 1603, after the death of Sir John Carmichael, King James ... read more
Floors Castle - Scotland
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Home of the Duke of Roxburghe, built in 1721 to designs by William Adam and remodelled on baronial style by Playfair 1838-49, this immense and palatial house contains fine French furniture, porcelain and paintings. James II of Scotland was killed in the g... read more
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Gallery House, designed and built by the Edinburgh contractor Thomas Wilkie, in 1677-1682, is the best preserved of a group of symmetrical later seventeenth and earliest eighteenth century houses with towers fla... read more
Gilmerton House - Scotland
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Gilmerton House is a handsome Grade A listed Georgian Mansion situated in the heart of East Lothian just 30 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh. The estate comprises of one thousand acres of which 100 acres are woodlands and walks.

Home to... read more
Glamis Castle - Scotland
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Royal residence of the Lyon family since 1372 and legendary setting of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. Rebuilt in elaborate, turreted French chateau style in late 17th century incorporating some 14th century work, it is spectacular. Fine furnishings, paintings a... read more
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Located in one of Scotland’s finest sporting estates, Gordon Castle is a 15th Century exclusive use venue situated in the heart of Malt Whisky country, alongside the River Spey, in Fochabers, Moray. We offer a range of luxury services for our discerning ... read more
Greywalls - Scotland
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Elegant Edwardian Lutyens house owned by the Weaver family since 1926 and run as a hotel since 1948. The house sits in a beautiful walled garden attributed to Gertrude Jekyll with views to the south over the Lammermuir Hills and to the north over the Muir... read more
Hirsel, The - Scotland
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500 acre Park with lake and river. Noted for its spectacular rhododendron/azalea wood at its best in late May/early June and daffodils in April, depending on the weather. A haven for ducks and summer migrants. Craft shops and tea room.

This... read more
Hopetoun House - Scotland
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Hopetoun House is a unique gem of Europe's architectural heritage and undoubtedly 'Scotland's Finest Stately Home'. Situated on the shores of the Firth of Forth, it is one of the most splendid examples of the work of Scottish architects Sir William Bruce ... read more
Innes House - Scotland
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Innes House, a beautiful seventeenth century Scottish Rennaissance building with Edwardian additions, is set in magnificent walled gardens surrounded by parkland containing many unusual and majestic trees. This splendid building, the home of the Tennant f... read more
Kilbryde Castle - Scotland
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Kincardine Castle - Scotland
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This is truly different. Your stay with the Laird and his wife, Andrew and Nicola Bradford, is going to be fun from start to finish with music, stories and genuine Scottish hospitality in the finest and homeliest of surroundings.

First vie... read more
Kinross House - Scotland
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Kinross House was the first Neoclassical Palladian mansion to be built in Scotland. A Grade 'A' building, Kinross House is important not only because it was architecturally the first of its kind, but because it was the first to be built in a designed land... read more
Lochnell Castle - Scotland
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The site on which the Castle stands has been occupied since the 6th Century and parts of this original construction are still visible in the undercroft of the Chapel that remains on site.

The main structure of the castle dates back to the 1... read more
Manderston - Scotland
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Fine Edwardian country house rebuilt 1903-05 for Sir James Miller who instructed the architect, John Kinross, 'to spare no expense'. Interiors in Adam style, including the silver staircase modelled on Versailles' Petit Trianon. The apogee of life before ... read more
Marchmont - Scotland
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Marchmont is an imposing ‘Grade A’ listed ‘Palladian’ mansion built in 1750 by the 3rd Earl of Marchmont. Long thought to have been designed by William Adam, it is possibly the work of the celebrated architect James Gibbs, and enacted by Thomas Gibson. ... read more
Mount Stuart - Scotland
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One of the marvels of high Victorian gothic architecture. The 3rd Marquess of Bute, a convert to the Roman church and scholarly aesthete, called in the architect Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in 1880 to build a new mansion which in red sandstone combined Ven... read more
Neidpath Castle - Scotland
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Neidpath Castle is a traditional, unspoilt 14th century four storey stone tower renowned as one of the grandest Tweed Valley Tower Houses, steeped in rich history.

Former home of Fraser Hay and Douglas families converted to tower house in t... read more
Penicuik House - Scotland
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Ruined Palladian mansion built in 1765 by Sir James Clerk 3rd Bt. of Penicuik and extended in 1857. Destroyed by fire in 1899 and now consolidated as a ruin as one of the finest examples of classical Palladian architecture in Scotland.

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Nestling in the gentle Border Hills, with its rose pink sandstone and fairytale turrets, Thirlestane Castle holds a uniquely important place in Scottish History.... read more
Touch House - Scotland
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Dating from the 15th century with an impressive Georgian faade, Touch House boasts amazing views over the surrounding landscaped parkland and a charming Walled Garden. read more
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Bryngwyn - Wales
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A fairytale story of the restoration of a family house, which was shut up in 1928 and reopened in 1989. Bryngwyn is set in a nine acre garden in a superb parkland setting. Bryngwn featured in the short list for the Country Life award for the best restor... read more
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400 Acres Parkland, private river, buildings, forestry. read more
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An Ancient House with a Victorian Facade. Situated far from any city yet at the heart of Welsh History, Art & Politics. Once a landed estate, now a conference centre, wedding venue, Grade I listed garden and events venue. Famed for centuries for its h... read more
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Set at the foot of glorious rolling hills and overlooking the Severn valley, Plas Dinam is the perfect location to enjoy un-spoilt Welsh countryside at its best. Whether for a weekend or holiday with friends, as a corporate getaway or as a spectacular wed... read more
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Stradey Castle is a 'set piece' Victorian house virtually unchanged since the 19th century. It is Grade 2* listed. The restoration of this important heritage property, the surrounding terrace and woodland gardens and parkland is well underway. The house ... read more
Trevor Hall - Wales
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Grade I listed Georgian house set in 85 acres of grounds and woodland. read more
Ty Mawr - Wales
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Ty Mawr is a Grade II* listed Manor House. The original medieval house dates to the 15th Century with sections of castellated wall and arch remaining. It was largely remodelled in 1820 in the Strawberry Hill Gothic style and has fine Gothic plasterwork an... read more
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Ballywalter Park - Northern Ireland
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A Georgian house c1730 completely reworked by Sir Charles Lanyon between 1846 & 1852 for Andrew Mulholland [great, great, great, grandfather of the present owner]. A Billiard Room & Conservatory were added for his son John, 1st Baron Dunleath, in ... read more
Beech Hill epitomises Georgian elegance and gracious country living. It is the hotel where your comfort and pleasure always come first and where you are assured of warm and genuine hospitality. You will find us in richly wooded countryside just 2-miles fr... read more
Glenarm Castle - Northern Ireland
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Home to the Earls of Antrim for over 400 years, Glenarm Castle is today a beautiful Jacobethan style mansion set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Although the Castle is only occasionally open to the public, the Castle’s magnificent Walled Garden... read more
Grey Abbey House and Gardens - Northern Ireland
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Built in 1762 the present house is the third to be built by the Montgomery family on land granted by James I in 1604. Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough, overlooking the ruins of a 12th century Cistercian abbey. The house contains interesting fa... read more
Killyreagh - Northern Ireland
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Family house surrounded by about 6 acres of garden and woodland, tennis courts, stable yard and other outbuildings. BnB apartment and office in yard. 150 acres of agricultural land, parkland and woodland. Gate Lodge form 1950s.

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Larchfield Estate - Northern Ireland
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Larchfield Estate is a stunning private walled estate of 600 acres situated just 20 minutes from Belfast City Centre or 1hr 30 from Dublin. Sarah and Gavin opened the estate for events, conferences, and weddings in 2007 and we now host over 80 events a y... read more
Lissanoure Castle - Northern Ireland
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Lissanoure Castle is on an island site in the heart of the privately owned family demense of Peter and Emily Mackie.

It is surrounded by ornamental canals, lakes and parkland. It was built in 1770 by George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney. H... read more