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Name Region Organisation Heritage Rating
Waddesdon Manor Buckinghamshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Walcot Hall Shropshire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Wallington Hall Northumberland National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
West Wycombe Park Buckinghamshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Weston Park Staffordshire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Westonbirt House Gloucestershire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Whitmore Hall Staffordshire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Whitstable Castle Kent 3 Heritage Rating
Whittington Court Gloucestershire Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Wilton House Wiltshire Historic Houses Association 5 Heritage Rating
Wimpole Hall Cambridgeshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Witley Court Worcestershire English Heritage 4 Heritage Rating
Woburn Abbey Bedfordshire Historic Houses Association 5 Heritage Rating
Wolfeton House Dorset Historic Houses Association 4 Heritage Rating
Wollaton Hall and Natural History Museum Nottinghamshire 4 Heritage Rating
Woodchester Mansion Gloucestershire Wodchester Mansion Trust 3 Heritage Rating
Wotton House Buckinghamshire Historic Houses Association 3 Heritage Rating
Wray Castle Cumbria National Trust 3 Heritage Rating
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Lowena, St Day

Lowena

This beautifully-appointed detached lodge is situated on the peaceful St Day Tourist Park, on the outskirts of the historic mining village of St Day, near Redruth and can sleep four …
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