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Lincoln Castle, Lincolnshire

A fine Norman motte-and-bailey castle built in 1068 on the site of a former Roman fortress. It is interesting for its two.....

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Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire

Looking at the West front of Lincoln's fine Cathedral Church of St.Mary, past the pageant of ancient buildings outside the castle.....

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Lindisfarne Abbey, Northumberland

The strange, mystic atmosphere of Lindisfarne remains evocative of the time when holy men trod its shores rather than the birds.....

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Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire

Little Moreton Hall is without doubt the finest example of timber-framed architecture in England. The building overflows with.....

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Littledean Hall, Gloucestershire

Originally a Saxon hall, this fascinating building is acclaimed to be one of the oldest inhabited houses in Britain as well as.....

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Lodge Park, Gloucestershire

Rare 17th-century grandstand and Cotswold country estate, built for John 'Crump' Dutton, a Civil War politician, renowned for his.....

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Long Crendon Courthouse, Buckinghamshire

Long Crendon is a beautiful Buckinghamshire village which is possibly best know for its stunning 15th century Courthouse, given.....

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Longleat House & Safari Park, Wiltshire

On entering the great grounds of Longleat House through the entrance known as "Heaven's Gate" visitors are immediately struck by.....

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Longtown Castle, Herefordshire

Longtown Castle - An unusual cylindrical keep at the top of an enormous earthen motte. Longtown Castle was built approx 1200 and.....

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Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwickshire

One of the most interesting building's of Warwick to survive the great fire in 1694 is the Lord Leycester Hospital. This historic.....

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Loseley House, Surrey

This lovely gabled Elizabethan house, built of a greenish-grey ragstone from the ruins of nearby Waverley Abbey, was built around.....

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Loughwood Meeting House, Devon

17th-century thatched Baptist meeting house, constructed approx 1653...

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Ludlow Castle, Shropshire

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Lydiard House & Park, Wiltshire

This beautiful country estate which was originally a Medieval deer park, is the former home of the Viscounts Bolingbroke. The.....

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Lyme Park, Cheshire

Set amidst the grandeur of the high Peaks amongst softly rolling countryside of undisputed splendour is the magnificent house.....

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Lytes Cary Manor, Somerset

Intimate manor house with Arts & Crafts-style garden. Tudor great hall and 14th-century chapel, this was home to medieval.....

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Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire

This magnificent ruin is a rare romantic survival from the great Elizabethan period. The landscape on which the relic of this.....

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Manchester Cathedral, Greater Manchester

Manchester's fine 15th-century church of St.Mary was raised to cathedral status in 1848. It is a magnificent example of.....

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Manor House Museum, Lincolnshire

The Manor House Museum is located in the charming Lincolnshire town of Alford. It occupies a beautiful Tudor house of 1540,.....

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Mapledurham House & Watermill, Oxfordshire

The oldest working water mill on the Thames, dating back to the 15th century and still producing high-quality stone-ground flour.....

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