For a meagre sum you may have the house and grounds to enjoy for a whole day. You'll see a late 18th Century house commanding views over 500 acres of wonderful parkland.
A National Trust building 6 miles north-west of Warwick, a romantically sited medieval moated manor house with chapel dating from the 14th century and little changed since 1634 .
A National Trust Property. An elegant neo-classical house of the late 18th Century, designed by Henry Holland, set in a park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown.
Victorian garden and geological gallery built by Darwin contemporary James Bateman. Paths, tunnels and steps connect the gardens within the garden, giving visitors a sense of discovery around every corner.
Late 14thC moated manor house and detached half-timbered 15thC gatehouse; a rare example of this structure.
Over 440 acres of woodland & heath-land rising to over 1000 feet, offering panoramic views as far as Cotswolds & Welsh borders.
Explore the ever changing splendour of Croome, a place with so many fascinating stories to discover from the 17th century right up to the 21st.
Late 17th Century mansion with art collection, lakeside garden and estate
Moseley Old Hall is an Elizabethan farmhouse that gave refuge to Charles II as he fled for his life after teh Battle of Worcester in 1651.
Much restored tudor house, park and garden with notable topiary.
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