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Cornwell Manor

Cornwell Manor - Luxury wedding venue in the Cotswolds.

Cornwell Manor Luxury wedding venue in the Cotswolds. The surrounding privately owned hamlet is on a 2,000 acre estate located near Chipping Norton.

Temple Greenhouse built for the Earl of Conventry by Robert Adam at Croome Court in 1760.

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Combe Hay Manor, Combe Hay, Somerset. Grade I listed building. Built in two phases for Robert Smith and his son, John. The first, western, part dates from 1728|30 and is believed to have been built by John Strahan of Bristol. The later eastern and southern elevations were built around 1770 to 1775 and are believed to be the work of James Wyatt or George Steuart.

The 12 best family houses in England - Country Life

Arabella Youens reports on the 12 houses nominated in the campaign to find England’s Favourite House in association with Savills

Ferne Park by Quinlan and Francis Terry Architects LLP

Ferne Park | Quinlan Terry Architects

We are an award winning firm of architects who specialise in designing high quality new buildings in a classical and traditional style. Our design philosophy is to make the new buildings fit so well into their context that they look like they have always been there.

Shanks House, Somerset. Ptolemy Dean Restoration

Award-winning Georgian homes unveiled

Exclusive: we're still hankering after dolls' house style properties built 300 years ago - feast your eyes on the finest Georgian homes

This house dates back to 1681 and is early Georgian. Description from atlantahousejunkie.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Beautiful Georgian Architecture

Have you seen the 2009 BBC production of Emma? I just love the beautiful home they use for Hartfield in the film. It’s actually Squerryes Court, located in the county of Kent, England. This house d…

Heale House and its eight acres of beautiful gardens lie beside the river Avon at Middle Woodford, just north of Salisbury in Wiltshire. Much of the house is unchanged since King Charles II was in hiding in 1651.

Heale House and its eight acres of beautiful gardens lie beside the river Avon at Middle Woodford, just north of Salisbury in Wiltshire. Much of the house is unchanged since King Charles II was in hiding in 1651.

Saltram House is a George II era mansion located in Plympton, Plymouth, England. The house that can be seen today is the work of Robert Adam, who altered the original Tudor house on two occasions. The saloon (main drawing room) is sometimes cited as one of Adam's finest interiors. (text wiki), photo by ttelyob, (via Flickr)

Saltram [2]

The south front. Saltram, Devon stands high above the River Laira in a wooded park on the outskirts of Plymouth. The house has magnificent decoration and original contents. The house was largely created by three generations of the Parker family between the 1740's and 1820's. Saltram was transferred to the ownership of the national Trust in 1957.

Stourhead House, Bristol, England

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Danson House, Danson Park, Bexleyheath, Bexley, London. Now a Registry Office, so not sure if it's open to the public on the inside.

Your Wedding. Planned to Perfection.

Our free wedding planning website and guides can help you with every aspect of getting married from the engagement through to your honeymoon. We have wedding information for the bride, groom, best man, bridesmaids, ushers, receptions, directory of wedding services, jokes, speeches, traditions, myths, rings and much more.

Ferne Park by Quinlan and Francis Terry Architects LLP

Ferne Park | Quinlan Terry Architects

We are an award winning firm of architects who specialise in designing high quality new buildings in a classical and traditional style. Our design philosophy is to make the new buildings fit so well into their context that they look like they have always been there.