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Inhabited by the same family for over 450 years, the stunning Jacobean mansion Stanway House has a delightful, lived-in charm with much of its original furniture and character intact...
About 3 miles south of Broadway is Snows-Hill Manor, a wonderful Cotswold mansion once home to the marvellously eccentric Charles Paget Wade...
Parks & Gardens
The extensive baroque-landscaped grounds of the Bathurst Estate, with a lovely walk along Broad Ride. No bicycles allowed.
This is a romp through Cirencester's extensive history up until the 19th century...
The cathedral-like St John’s, one of England’s largest parish churches, boasts an outstanding Perpendicular-style tower (open Sat May to September) with wild flying buttresses, but it is the majestic three-storey sou...
Home to over a dozen resident craft workers and host to regular exhibitions, workshops and classes, this arts centre is set in a beautifully converted Victorian brewery.
The grassed-over remains of one of Britain's largest amphitheatres are worth a visit for their sheer scale.
One of the country's greatest stately homes, Blenheim Palace is a monumental baroque fantasy designed by Sir John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor between 1705 and 1722...
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