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Polesden Lacey Down in Surrey, Polesden Lacey is a beautiful Edwardian house in which its original owner, Mrs Greville, entertained royalty and celebrities during her time (Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, even came here on her honeymoon). Inside, the Gold Saloon was designed to impress maharajahs, and there’s an important collection of art and ceramics. From Dutch Old Masters to Faberge specials, there’s a lot to admire. The gardens at Polesden Lacey feature climbing roses, herbaceous bord

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Cockayne Hatley, St John the Baptist	Chancel, North window, Bedfordshire
Cockayne Hatley - Wikipedia, St John the Baptist church carvings

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Dalham Village - River Kennet
Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Somerset on http://www.aboutbritain.com/FarleighHungerfordCastle.htm

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Windsor Castle, England is just over an hour away and makes a wonderful day trip. View the castle, take a trip on the glorious River Thames, tramp the streets of this lovely town, with all it's great little shops.  Photo from flickr.com

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The Crooked House of Windsor Oldest Tea House in England - Reason #14 why I need to go to Europe: CUTE LITTLE TEA SHOPS
Cobbled Street near Windsor Castle
The Crooked House of Windsor, 1592. There is a secret passage in the basement, supposedly used for illicit trysts between Nell Gwynn and Charles II and/or delivering produce from the market to the kitchens of Windsor Castle.

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the grounds of Bleinheim Palace - Woodstock, Oxfordshire

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Effigies of a Knight (c1360) and a Lady (c1469) on the north side of the chancel at Aston. These figures are assumed to have originated at Maxstoke Priory and are believed to have been transferred to Aston following the Dissolution.  A familiar landmark in north Birmingham, Aston's parish church of SS Peter & Paul is also the most substantial piece of medieval architecture left anywhere near the city centre, or rather would have been had it not been so completely rebuilt in 1879-90 by J.A.Chatwi

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Lillingstone Dayrell, Buckinghamshire, Church of St Nichol… | Flickr
Dinton Folly, Bucks, June 2016

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This Amersham, Buckinghamshire guide will show you the best things to do in Amersham, England. From Amersham house highlights to Old Amersham, it has it all.
Amersham Market Town, Buckinghamshire, UK, is a picturesque market town nestled among rolling hills and featuring half-timbered medieval houses, coaching inns and waterfront Georgian buildings. High Street has many 18th-century historic facades and a baroque market hall. Amersham Museum contains local artefacts such as lacemaking, shoe repair and other heritage manufacturing.

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Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire, Church of St. Mary the Virg… | Flickr
Edlesborough Buckinghamshire | Martin Beek | Flickr

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Medieval tomb
Uncovering A Wartime Secret at Hughenden Manor | My Travel Monkey

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Stowe Gardens is a wonderful place to visit. I always seem to see something different each time that I go. It changes with the weather, the seasons and even the time of day.

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Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

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thequeensenglish: Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, England, UK — FUCKITANDMOVETOBRITAIN

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West Wycombe Estate

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