A Grade I listed manor house dating back to the early 16th century, listed as one of Britain's Best 1,000 Houses in the book of the same name by Simon Jenkins, and now used as a museum and art gallery for the Chorley region. Astley Hall is really three houses in one; at the core of the house is a Tudor H-plan manor built by the Charnock family on a site once owned by the Knights Hospitaller. Around 1575 the manor was rebuilt in typical Elizabethan style as a courtyard mansion.
Part historic house, part museum and gallery, Towneley Hall is an attractive stately home with its roots in the 14th century. It was the home of the Towneley family for over 5 centuries, but has been the home of the Burnley Art Gallery and Museums since 1902. Towneley Park,
England, BB11 3RQ
The Ship Hotel New Romney is a 15th century pub & hotel situated in the heart of Romney Marsh. With a large restaurant seating over 70 people a conservatory a fully heated patio garden 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms & an indoor & outdoor bar. The hotel is tastefully decorated … more >>
A traditional village inn set in leafy grounds with easy access to local attractions and neighbouring business parks. The Crown Inn is Grade 1 listed 15th Century building, fully restored yet still retaining many original features. Brimming with history, the inn boasts visits from scores of glamorous stars of the … more >>