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Name Region Organisation Heritage Rating
Lacock Abbey Wiltshire National Trust 5 Heritage Rating
Lamport Hall Northamptonshire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Lanhydrock Cornwall National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Leighton Hall Lancashire Historic Houses Association 3 Heritage Rating
Levens Hall Cumbria Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Little Moreton Hall Cheshire National Trust 5 Heritage Rating
Lodge Park Gloucestershire National Trust 3 Heritage Rating
Longleat Wiltshire Historic Houses Association 5 Heritage Rating
Longner Hall Shropshire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Loseley Park Surrey Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Lowther Castle and Gardens Cumbria 4 Heritage Rating
Lullingstone Castle Kent Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Lulworth Castle Dorset Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Lydiard House & Park Wiltshire Historic Houses Association 3 Heritage Rating
Lyme Park Cheshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Lytes Cary Manor Somerset National Trust 3 Heritage Rating
Lytham Hall Lancashire 3 Heritage Rating
Lyveden New Bield Northamptonshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
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STYLISH LODGE WITH LARGE PRIVATE ENCLOSED GARDEN This newly built detached property is close to sandy beaches and a cycle trail.Enjoy views of surrounding land and benefit from access to …
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This semi-detached property is in the village of St Breward near Bodmin and sleeps six people in three bedrooms.
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