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Dorney Court, Berkshire

Dorney Court is unusual in that it has passed by direct descent, father to son, through 13 generations of the Palmer family in.....

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Dudmaston Hall, Shropshire

Late 17th-century mansion with art collection, lakeside garden and estate...

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Dunham Massey, Greater Manchester

This handsome 18th century red brick house was built around an Elizabethan moated manor house, built by the first George Booth. .....

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Dunster Watermill, Somerset

Fully restored 18th century working watermill...

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Durham Castle, County Durham

Durham Castle is another one of Durham's magnificent buildings. It was founded in 1072 and such was the impregnability of the.....

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Durham Cathedral, County Durham

One of the finest buildings in the world. This huge cathedral which is third only to Canterbury and York in ecclesiastical.....

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Dyrham Park, Gloucestershire

This engaging house sits serenely in a beautiful wooded Gloucestershire valley, surrounded by an old deer park. It is built of.....

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East Riddlesden Hall, West Yorkshire

For a glorious day out amongst spectacular countryside where you get an evocative glimpse into the past there are few properties.....

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Eastbury Manor House, Greater London

Elizabethan merchant's house and gardens. It is said that the Gunpowder Plot was first contrived here...

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Elizabethan House Museum, Norfolk

Small but delightful treasury of 16th-century domestic history...

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Eltham Palace, Greater London

Once a favoured medieval palace and then a Tudor royal residence, Eltham Palace was transformed into a striking Art Deco mansion.....

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Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire

Sitting majestically above the River Ouse, Ely cathedral presents an awesome sight with its towers sweeping 217 feet towards an.....

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Eyam Hall, Derbyshire

A fine example of a Jacobean manor house with splendid walled gardens. Eyam Hall was opened to the public in 1992 and is the.....

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Fairfax House, North Yorkshire

They say first impressions count and they do, for looking at the beautiful facade of Fairfax House, designed by John Carr, noted.....

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Farnborough Hall, Warwickshire

Honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork and fine landscaped garden...

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Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

Felbrigg Hall is an outstanding Jacobean house built in about 1620, with a later west front in the William and Mary style. .....

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Fenton House, Greater London

Handsome 17th-century merchant's house with walled garden, described as 'London's most enchanting country house'...

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Finch Foundry, Devon

The last working water-powered forge in England, set amidst Dartmoor's dramatic countryside...

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Finchcocks Musical Museum, Kent

Finchcocks is an early Georgian manor house in Goudhurst, Kent, which houses a large collection of historical musical.....

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Fort Amherst, Kent

Fort Amherst, in the county of Kent, was constructed in 1756 to protect the southeastern approaches to Chatham Dockyard and the.....

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