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Harlaxton Manor Open in a new windowLink Details
- The most attractive and interesting work of the Victorian architect Anthony Salvin. Designed in the Elizabethan and Jacobean style. This site from the current owners, Harlaxton College, gives a good history of the building.
- http://www.ueharlax.ac.uk/harlaxton/

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Lost Heritage Open in a new windowLink Details
- Matthew Beckett provides a list of the many country houses which have been demolished in England since 1800, with images and history of a featured selection.
- http://www.lostheritage.org.uk

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Hammerwood Park Open in a new windowLink Details
- The Greek Revival house near East Grinstead was built in 1792 to the designs of Benjamin Latrobe. This cluttered site includes a scholarly history by Michael Trinder and a virtual guided tour.
- http://www.hammerwood.mistral.co.uk/

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Mellerstain Open in a new windowLink Details
- This great house in the Scottish Borders was begun in 1725, overseen by architect William Adam and completed 70 years later by Robert Adam. History, photographs, news and attractions.
- http://www.mellerstain.eu/

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British Castles, Stately Homes and Houses Open in a new windowLink Details
- An interactive map leads to short descriptions by Risto Hurmalainen of historic buildings he has visited, a gallery of expandable thumbnail photographs and links to official sites. Hosted by Castles of the World.
- http://koti.welho.com/rhurmal1/linnat2004/castles.html

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Anglesey Abbey Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this Augustinian priory in Cambridgeshire converted into a country house at the start of the 17th century. Includes history, photographs and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-angleseyabbeyandgardenandlodemill.htm

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Haddon Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- The home of the Manners family in Derbyshire is one of the finest medieval and Tudor houses in England. Includes an online tour and family history.
- http://www.haddonhall.co.uk/

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Owlpen Manor Open in a new windowLink Details
- This fine Tudor manor house in the Cotswolds is open to the public. Includes a history of the manor and description of its architecture, and visitor information.
- http://www.owlpen.com

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Nassington Prebendal Manor House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The earliest surviving dwelling in Northamptonshire, dating from the early 13th century, with a reconstructed medieval garden. A scholarly account of its history and archaeology, photographs and visitor information.
- http://www.prebendal-manor.co.uk

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Columbine Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- A moated manor house in Suffolk. Built around 1390 it has been through several phases of additions and alterations. History, images, and visitor/lodging information.
- http://www.columbinehall.co.uk

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Acton Court Open in a new windowLink Details
- A Tudor courtier house built by Nicholas Poyntz at Iron Acton, near Bristol. Illustrated history and description of the house and grounds today, plus visitor information including calendar of events and location map.
- http://www.actoncourt.com/

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Patshull Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- This mid-18th century Baroque house is set amid acres of Capability Brown landscaped gardens. Includes an illustrated history and description.
- http://www.patshullhall.co.uk/

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Stately Homes Open in a new windowLink Details
- A guide to Britain's royal palaces, historic houses, gardens, castles and heritage sites covering England, Scotland and Wales. Images and visitor information.
- http://www.statelyhomes.com/

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Woodchester Mansion Open in a new windowLink Details
- A 19th-century masterpiece of Cotswold stone deserted during construction. History, photographs, restoration, conservation training and visitor information.
- http://www.woodchestermansion.org.uk

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Waddesdon Manor Open in a new windowLink Details
- This astonishing Renaissance-style ch√Ęteau was designed by French architect Destailleur in 1874 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. Includes history, images and visitor information.
- http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/

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The Vyne Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this fine Tudor house with later classical additions. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/thevyne/

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Uppark Open in a new windowLink Details
- This fine late 17th-century house in Sussex was gutted by fire in 1989, but has been restored by the National Trust. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/uppark/

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St Michael's Mount Open in a new windowLink Details
- Crowning an island off the coast of Cornwall is the home of the St Aubyn family, incorporating parts of the priory that once stood there. Includes history and room tour.
- http://www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk/

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Scotney Castle Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this moated house with one tower remaining of a 14th-century castle. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/scotneycastle/

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Petworth House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this manor house rebuilt in 1688-1702 by the 6th Duke of Somerset on lines inspired by Versailles. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/petworth/

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Lacock Abbey Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this former monastery in Wiltshire converted into a family home in the 16th century. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/lacock/

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Knole Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this former palace in Kent that was rebuilt as the home of the Sackvilles in the early 17th century. History, photographs, facilities, opening times, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/knole/

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Ightham Mote Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust presents this superb moated manor house in Kent dating from 1330. History, photographs, facilities, opening hours, news and events.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/ighthammote/

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Ham House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this outstanding Stuart house in Surrey built in 1610 for Sir Thomas Vavasour and extended in the 1670s. Includes history, photographs, news and events, and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/hamhouse/

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Felbrigg Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes this fine and little-altered 17th-century house in East Anglia. Includes images and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/felbrigg/

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Eastbury Manor House Open in a new windowLink Details
- This Elizabethan mansion in Barking was built by merchant Clement Sysley as a country house, but it is now in Greater London. History and description of this National Trust property.
- http://www.barking-dagenham.gov.uk/4-eastbury/eastbury-menu.html

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Coughton Court Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes the largely Elizabethan family home of the Throckmortons, built around a Tudor gatehouse. Includes history, images and visitor information.
- http://www.coughtoncourt.co.uk/

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Chartwell Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes the family home of Britain's wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. Includes history, photographs and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/chartwell/

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Blickling Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- One of England's great Jacobean houses, it is famed for its spectacular long gallery. The National Trust provides a history, images and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/blickling/

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Highcliffe Castle Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official web site of this early Victorian romantic fantasy castle in Dorset, incorporating medieval stone-carving and stained glass from France, includes history and photographs.
- http://www.highcliffecastle.co.uk/

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Bateman's Open in a new windowLink Details
- This 17th-century Wealden house was owned by Rudyard Kipling from 1902-1936. The National Trust provides a history, gallery, bird's eye plan, events, and opening times.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/batemans/

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Tyntesfield Open in a new windowLink Details
- This spectacular Victorian Gothic-Revival house and chapel near Bristol was built for businessman William Gibbs from 1863. History, description, photographs and visitor information from the National Trust.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/tyntesfield/

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Turncroft Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- A history of this small country house in Lancashire, two centuries old and refronted in the simplified classicism of the early Victorian period.
- http://www.turncrofthall.co.uk

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Burton Court Open in a new windowLink Details
- This 14th-century manor house in Herefordshire was re-fronted by 20th-century architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Includes history and information on the holiday flat, exhibition and soft fruit farm.
- http://www.burtoncourt.com

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Hatfield House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site for this magnificent Jacobean house built by Robert Cecil 1st Earl of Salisbury and still home to his descendants includes a brief history, visitor information and interactive aerial view.
- http://www.hatfield-house.co.uk/

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Castle Howard Open in a new windowLink Details
- One of England's grandest Baroque mansions, designed for Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Carlisle, by John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor. History, images, news and visitor information.
- http://www.castlehoward.co.uk/

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Layer Marney Tower Open in a new windowLink Details
- This Italianate masterpiece built c.1515 is the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England and was originally intended to rival Hampton Court. Includes a history and photographs.
- http://www.layermarneytower.co.uk

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Nailsea Court Open in a new windowLink Details
- Nailsea Court Residents Association presents a history of this Jacobean manor house (now converted into five homes). Includes exterior and interior images.
- http://www.nailseacourt.com

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Duncombe Park Open in a new windowLink Details
- Baroque mansion set in several hundred acres of parkland. Information for visitors and teachers.
- http://www.duncombepark.com/

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Chatsworth House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The magnificent home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, remodelled to designs by Talman 1686-1707. Includes a history and highlights of the house, along with visitor information.
- http://www.chatsworth-house.co.uk/

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Boughton House Open in a new windowLink Details
- The palatial Northamptonshire home of the Dukes of Buccleuch and Queensberry. Includes history and tour of this Baroque house influenced by French architecture. Visitor information.
- http://www.boughtonhouse.org.uk/

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Renishaw Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- The stately home of the Sitwell family in Derbyshire, built mainly in the Georgian period around a 17th-century core. Brief history and engraving, visitor information.
- http://www.sitwell.co.uk/

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Kelmscott Manor Open in a new windowLink Details
- The Tudor manor house which was the home of William Morris, founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, and houses collections of his works. Photograph, brief history and visitor information.
- http://www.kelmscottmanor.co.uk/

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Grimsthorpe Castle and Gardens Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site for this stately home in Lincolnshire, remodelled in 1715 to the design of Sir John Vanbrugh. Includes a few images and very brief history, amid the visitor information.
- http://www.grimsthorpe.co.uk/

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Kingston Bagpuize House Open in a new windowLink Details
- A manor house, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, built about 1660 and extensively remodelled in the early 1700s. Brief illustrated history and visitor information.
- http://www.kingstonbagpuizehouse.org.uk

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Burton Constable Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- This Elizabethan house has been the home of the Constable family since it was first built. Photographs of superb later interiors, visitor information, teachers' resource packs.
- http://www.burtonconstable.com/

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Blenheim Palace Open in a new windowLink Details
- This baroque masterpiece - a World Heritage site - was built (1705-22) for the 1st Duke of Marlborough to designs by John Vanbrugh. The official site supplies an illustrated history and visitor information.
- http://www.blenheimpalace.com/

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The DiCamillo Companion to British and Irish Country Houses Open in a new windowLink Details
- A database that aims to list every British and Irish country house from circa 1500 to 1945, standing or demolished. Also an online shop.
- http://www.dicamillocompanion.com

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Dunrobin Castle Open in a new windowLink Details
- Photographs, description and visitor information from Highland Escape. This Scottish stately home is largely a Victorian confection by Charles Barry, with interiors redesigned by Sir Robert Lorimer after 1915.
- http://www.highlandescape.com/dunrobin/

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Chartwell House Open in a new windowLink Details
- Sir Winston Churchill's family house, managed by the National Trust. Photograph and description of the collection of Churchill memorabilia.
- http://www.bigginhill.co.uk/chartwell.htm

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Longleat House and Safari Park Open in a new windowLink Details
- The house is widely regarded as the best example of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain. Visitor information includes details of the library and archives assembled by the Thynne family since the 1540s.
- http://www.longleat.co.uk/

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Titsey Place, Oxted, Surrey Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site gives a history, guided tour and visitor information for this Georgian mansion set in extensive gardens.
- http://www.titsey.com/

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Woburn Abbey Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site offers an illustrated history and tour of the Georgian stately home built on a monastic site. Visitor information, activities programme.
- http://www.woburnabbey.co.uk/

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Beaulieu Palace House Open in a new windowLink Details
- Formerly the Great Gatehouse of Beaulieu Abbey, Palace House has been home to the Montagu family since 1538. The official site offers photographs and visitor information.
- http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/

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English Country Houses Open in a new windowLink Details
- Britannia's collection of illustrated articles: regional studies and the histories of specific houses.
- http://www.britannia.com/history/c-house.html

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Coleton Fishacre Open in a new windowLink Details
- Article by Jane Johnson in Britannia on this Art Deco mansion in South Devon built in 1926 to the designs of Oswald Milne (1881-1967), assistant to Lutyens. Photographs, history and visitor information.
- http://www.britannia.com/history/chouses/fishacre.html

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The Prebendal Manor, Nassington Open in a new windowLink Details
- This 13th-century house is a rare survival. Photographs, scholarly history, archaeological finds, description of the recreated medieval garden, visitor information, events.
- http://www.prebendal-manor.demon.co.uk/

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Scotland's Castles and Historic Houses Open in a new windowLink Details
- Articles, with photographs and plans, on Traquair, Mary Queen of Scots House, Linlithgow Palace, Hermitage Castle, Castle Urquhart, Crichton Castle, Strome Castle, Threave Castle and Caerlaverock Castle, from Scotland HolidayNet.
- http://www.aboutscotland.co.uk/castles/castles.html

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Sutton Park Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site of an early Georgian house in Yorkshire gives a history, photographic tour and visitor information.
- http://www.statelyhome.co.uk/

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Hudson's Historic Houses and Gardens Open in a new windowLink Details
- The publishers of the guide to heritage properties in Great Britain and Ireland maintain this directory of links to web-sites of historic houses and gardens.
- http://www.hudsons.co.uk

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Belchamp Hall Open in a new windowLink Details
- The official site of this Queen Anne period family home in Suffolk has photographs, some history, and description of facilities offered.
- http://www.belchamphall.com/

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Ballencrieff Castle Open in a new windowLink Details
- This Scottish Baronial house built by John Murray in 1586 has been carefully restored and now offers accommodation, weddings and private dinners. Brief history, photographs.
- http://www.scotland-info.co.uk/ballencrieff.htm

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Lulworth Castle Open in a new windowLink Details
- Official web-site of this early 17th-century mock-castle in Dorset, gutted by fire in 1929 but partly restored and open to the public.
- http://www.lulworth.com/

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