Stowe

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Stowe has been home to some of the most influential and renowned architects, landscape designers and gardeners of the last few centuries. Over the years each and every inch of…

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Hardwick Hall

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Famously known as being 'more glass than wall', Hardwick Hall was built by Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury. As glass was a rare and expensive commodity at the time, Hardwick Hall…

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Cliveden

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Cliveden is an outstanding country house, now owned by the National Trust and simultaneously operating as a five-star hotel. It has been the home to a succession of wealthy families…

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Nymans

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Nymans takes you back to a bygone era of a sophisticated private rural retreat. It was designed to embrace quintessential English style, to exhibit exquisite taste without brashness, and to…

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Stourhead

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When Stourhead was first created in the 1740s, it was described as 'a living work of art'. It was then, and still remains, one of the greatest examples of the…

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St Michael’s Mount

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There is something rather special about a tidal island and St Michael’s Mount near Marazion is one of the most famous. A man-made granite causeway provides access to the 57-acre…

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Buscot Park

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Buscot Park is routinely featured on lists of England’s best hidden gardens. And it is not surprising to see why. Although at 100 acres, it can hardly be considered hidden!…

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