A listed family home filled with heritage and craft objects. Located on 43 acres of parkland; visitors can walk the dogs, play a game of golf or just relax in the beautiful setting of the Park’s formal gardens.
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The Crown Hotel is a family run historic inn which was originally built in 1610 and retains many interesting features. Situated in the very centre of Long Melford's famous high street, The Crown Hotel is an excellent choice if you are here to visit the many historic buildings, halls, fine … more >>
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Longbridge Deverill, St Peter & St Paul Church- Longbridge Deverill, Wiltshire, England
A 12th century church associated with Glastonbury Abbey. Dedicated personally by Thomas Becket, who carved the altar slab consecration crosses. The historic highlight is the Bath Chapel, with tombs to the Thynne family of nearby Longleat House. ... more