Browsholme is an early Tudor house with the addition of a Regency wing. Within the house are a collection of portraits, weapons, armour, and antiquities. In local dialect Brownholme is pronounced 'Brewsom', and it has been the home of the Parker family since it was built in 1507.
Links to thousands of travel resources throughout England,
Scotland, and Wales. To the best of our knowledge this
is one of the largest online resources of information
on travel in the UK, with listings covering everything
from official regional tourist boards to local village
Hazlitt's occupies three historic houses in Frith Street just off Soho Square. When these were built in 1718 there were no elevators. There still aren't but they have updated the plumbing installed ensuite bathrooms and replaced most of the candles with electricity. This Soho home of the 18th-century essayist William … more >>
Our look at the lives of famous people in the fields
of art, architecture, science, and literature throughout
British history. From Chaucer to Tennyson, Christopher
Wren to William Shakespeare.
The story of English architecture and historic building
styles, from prehistoric monuments to Victorian Gothic,
with our suggestions for the best examples from each
period to visit in England.
From the Romans to the Blitz, our look at the colourful
history of London.
"In Droitwich King Edward had 11 houses, and in 5 brine-pits King Edward had his share ... Now King William has in demesne both what King Edward and Earl Edwin had. The sheriff paid thence £65 by weight and 2 mittae of salt while he had the woodland. For if he does not have the woodland, he says, he cannot pay that. "
Esher, St George's Church- Esher, Surrey, England
A rare Tudor church, built at the height of the Reformation in 1540, on the site of an early medieval church. In 1725 the south transept was added to form a family pew for the Duke of Newcastle, then resident at the Claremont estate nearby. ... more