A romantic neo-Gothic colossus atop a rocky tor, begun in 1801 by James Wyatt for the 5th Duke of Rutland. When Wyatt died the bulk of the work was executed by the 5th Duchess and her chaplain, Sir John Thoroton. There is a fantastic painted ceiling, and a collection of paintings by Gainsborough, Holbein, and the ubiquitous Reynolds. Grantham, Leicestershire, England, NG32 1PE
Stanford Hall stands on the west bank of the River Avon, just inside the county of Leicestershire, and has been the home of the Cave family since 1430. The family has the unusual privilege of being able to pass the Braye peerage through either the male or female lines. Lutterworth, Leicestershire, England, LE17 6DH
This larch clad, single storey property boasts a beautiful veranda commanding breath-taking views of rolling countryside. Accommodating six guests in three en-suite bedrooms, Strawberry Lodge is the perfect base to … Sleeps 6
Situated in the old market town of Ashby-de-La Zouch The Queens Head Hotel is a small family run Hotel in Ashby's busy Market Street in the centre of town. In beautiful countryside with great nearby transport links you'll be well placed for business and leisure destinations around the Midlands.