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Coughton Court and the Spernal Estate

Located in Warwickshire, the Coughton Court is an English Tudor country house. Embedded in history, Coughton Court is a century’s old country house that is situated on the main road between Studley and Alcester. The main attraction is the centuries-old[…]
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Lundy Island

Description Located off the north Coast of Devon, Lundy Island is an ecological paradise. Don’t expect to find any cars or even roads for that matter as the island prides itself on its commitment to sustainability, it’s also protected by a Marine Conservation Zone that works to protect the species that call the island home. Things […]

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Woburn Abbey

A fun filled place with a whole bunch of activities and things to see. Woburn Abbey is a country house rich in art and steeped in grand architecture. With 400 years of history, the grand country house has become a spot for a constant crowd. It is famous for not only its history but also […]

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Richmond Park

One of the UK’s top sites for rare wildlife and ancient trees. Richmond Park is one of the eight Royal Parks in London to have a well-known status. The park is a National Nature Reserve and an important habitat for wildlife.  The land was enclosed in 1637 by Charles I and has since been open […]

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Petworth Park

Home to one family for over 900 years, Petworth Park is a 17th-century mansion that is home to a unique collection of art. Art from different centuries like the Percy Dynasty, the Napoleonic Wars, the Tudor Reformation, and the Gunpowder Plot is portrayed at Petworth Park mansion. The mansion also holds a wide array of […]

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Lodge Park & Sherbourne Estate

A deer course and house, Lodge Park is a house that stands in the Sherborne Estate. It is the last surviving 17th-century grandstand of England. Lodge Park once belonged to John ‘Crump’ Dutton. The estate was given to the National Trust in 1982 and has since then been under them. The stone house has a […]

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Knole Park

A deer park and manor house, Knole Park is a 15th-century masterpiece built by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. The Knole Golf Course lies in the north of the park. While most of the land is free for deer to roam. The deer there are used to people walking close to it which makes deer watching […]

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Bushy Park

Located in the London Borough of Richmond upon the Thames; Bushy Park is the second largest Royal Park after Richmond Park. With an area of 1100 acres, this park is the second largest and oldest in London Royal Parks. Dating back 4000 years; there is evidence that the park was used in the medieval times […]

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Land’s End

The highest Highland compared to the nearby highlands, Land’s End is a headland located in western Cornwall England.  The headlands close to it are Pedn-men-dhu that overlooks Sennen Cove and Pordenack. The area around Land’s End is a designated part of an Important Plant Area due to its rare species of Flora found there. The […]

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