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Burghley House

This is a graceful house which perfectly epitomises the wealth of the prosperous Elizabethan period. Burghley was completed in.....

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Burton Agnes Hall

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Cainhoe Castle

The remains of a late 11th or early 12th century motte and bailey castle with three baileys. Cainhoe castle was probably occupied.....

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Calke Abbey

Calke Abbey was built between 1701-1703. The building, in the Baroque style, was built for Sir John Harpur. It is an.....

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Canons Ashby House

This house was originally part of an Augustinian Priory, it was only converted into a charming Elizabethan manor house during the.....

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Cartmel Priory

Cartmel Priory was founded in about 1189 by William Marshal, and has a long and interesting history to discover. ..

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Castle Ashby House

The magnificent building of Castle Ashby House is guarded by a pair of splendid 18th-century wrought iron gates. The castle was.....

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Castle Drogo

Fortune rarely smiles on people the way it did on Sir Julius Drewe. In 1899 at the age of 33 he was able to retire from the.....

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Castle Howard

Close to the historic city of York is the hauntingly beautiful Castle Howard. This magnificent house was used as the setting for.....

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Champs Chapel Museum

Displays of Hendred's Millenium history housed in a Grade one Listed ex-Carthusian Chapel (15th Century)...

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Charlecote Park

From the first moment you see Charlecote's magnificent gatehouse, you know you are in for something special, for this house is a.....

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Charles Dickens Chalet

Unfortunately due to its fragility, the Dickens Chalet is not open to the public although it can be viewed from outside. The.....

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Charney Bassett Mill

This charming rural water mill was built in the local timber and weather-boarded style with a hipped roof and dates from 1807. .....

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Chartwell

The home of Sir Winston Churchill, from 1924 until his death. Churchill purchased it for its magnificent views across the weald.....

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Chastleton House

One of England's finest Jacobean manor houses, occupied by the same family from its construction in 1607 until 1991 when it.....

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Chatsworth House

The magnificent Classical mansion that is Chatsworth House, is one of the most celebrated Historic Houses in England. Built in.....

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Chenies Manor House

This fabulous house was owned by the Russell family until the 1950's. Chenies was originally built around 1640 for the Cheyne.....

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Chethams Library

Chetham's Library was founded in 1653 and is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world...

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Chiswick House

Few can resist this fine classical building which was the creation of Lord Burlington, patron of the arts in the early part of.....

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Cholmondeley Castle

The village of Cholmondeley is famous for its fascinating, romantic castle, built in 1801 in the Gothic style. Built as the seat.....

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