National Trust on Twitter
“A quintessential English country estate, @BeltonHouseNT sits elegantly in formal gardens, looking out over an ancient deer park. Here are a few views of Claire B's favourite areas. Is there a view special to you that we can share?”
Champneys Eastwell Deals & Reviews, Ashford, Kent
Book a deal for Champneys Eastwell, Ashford, Kent at LateRooms ➨ Discount hotel rooms specialist. See Reviews, Pictures and Offers. ➨ Book Online or by Phone.
Knightshayes Court 2
Gothic Victorian mansion, Knightshayes Court, Tiverton Devon, was built for 19th century textile boss, John Heathcoat. The house and grounds are now run by the National Trust.
For sale: Grade I listed Georgian house which was once home to royals
Steeped in history, Mamhead House, situated on the outskirts of Exeter in Devon, featured in the Domesday Book and its ownership has been passed through several distinguished families.
Harry and Megan are looking to the Cotswolds for their dream home
Forget Wills and Kate's dusty old Norfolk. Harry and Megan (pictured) want to hang out with the groovy set in the Cotswolds - and the local estate agents' eyes are lighting up.
The Glories of Secret Britain: 20 unsung but fabulous historic houses
All this week, in a series of superb pullouts for you to collect, the Mail is revealing 100 Glories of Secret Britain: the wonderful sights across the country too few of us know about or visit.
Travel This World
castlesandmanorhouses: “ Harlaxton Manor, built in 1837, is a manor house in Harlaxton, Lincolnshire, England. Its architecture combines elements of Jacobean and Elizabethan styles with symmetrical...
Duke of Northampton
The title Duke of Northampton was created in the Peerage of England in 1684 for General Charles Langdon, 3rd Earl of Northampton who defeated the Irish rebels at the Battle of Kerry in 1683. The 2nd Duke was a Admiral in the Royal navy. He was in many sea battles in the War of Austrian Succession. The 9th Duke became one of the wealthiest men in Britian due to many investments in cannals and railroads made by the 6th, 7th and 8th Dukes. The 12th Duke was a close friend of King George VI…