The highest point in Dorset with views between the trees over Devon, Somerset and out to sea
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One of Dorset's prominent landmarks, dominated by an Iron Age hill fort
14th/15th-century farm buildings, formerly a priest's residence
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An atmospheric fragment of old Somerset: an empty Tudor manor house, beautifully restored in the 1920s, with farm buildings, abundant flowers and orchards.
Small medieval house
A masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design. With its towering walls of glass, glow of ham stone and surrounding garden, it is a place of beauty and wonder.
Walk in the footsteps of previous generations along these ancient hill forts
A place of floral beauty, tranquillity and innovation - a gardeners' garden paradise.
Late medieval hall-house in a picturesque village
Stunning coastline and England's only natural World Heritage Site
Iron Age hill fort and downland with views across the Marshwood Vale to the coast
Intimate manor house with Arts and Crafts-style garden
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Atmospheric 17th-century thatched Baptist meeting house
Medieval house with later architectural features
Spectacular coastline with cliffs and miles of unspoilt beaches
Ancient naked figure sculpted into the chalk hillside above Cerne Abbas
Monument to Vice-Admiral Hardy
A striking landmark on the edge of the Blackdown Hills
Prominent hill overlooking the Isle of Avalon, Glastonbury and Somerset
Tucked away in a valley that runs down to a beach on the famous Jurassic Coast, there is a timeless magic about this old village
Explore a wild garden
Atmospheric Victorian home designed by Thomas Hardy
Evocative cob and thatch cottage - birthplace of Thomas Hardy
Gentle countryside walks and coastal hikes
Home of Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Iron Age hill fort with far reaching views and spectacular wildflowers
Unspoilt beach, farmland and cliffs on the Jurassic Coast
Dorset's largest hill fort renowned for its downland wildlife
Palladian house and world-famous landscape garden
The rural retreat of T. E. Lawrence
Part of the Killerton estate and one of the largest woods in East Devon, with waymarked trails for exploring. A haven for butterflies, bluebells and birds.
Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
Wool-merchant's house of circa 1500
A family home and a great estate. Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland with fine 18th-century house
A working watermill nestled by the River Clyst on the Killerton estate
Open expanses of flowery downland and far-reaching views
Dramatic gorges and ancient woodland rising above the Somerset Levels
Discover Knightshayes, a country estate on a grand, gothic scale
Quirky 18th-century, 16 sided house with fascinating interior decoration and collections
The western gateway to the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site
Prominent landmark with fine views
A natural pier with dramatic cliffs and Victorian fort
Corn mill with original wooden machinery in a peaceful riverside setting
Distinctive landmark rich in wildlife and archaeology with a tremendous panorama
A lavish family home built to resemble an Italian Palace in the rural Dorset countryside
An ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens
Fully restored 18th-century working watermill
Thousand-year-old royal castle shaped by warfare
Enjoy far-reaching rolling parkland with tranquil views in the grounds of a Neo-Grecian house. Note, there is no access to the house itself.
Outstanding 14th-century manor house and 18th-century terraced garden
Late 15th-century stone house
15th-century stone manor house
Spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with gardens and parkland
A fine lookout on the Holnicote Estate with views over Horner Wood and the wild expanse of moorland stretching up to Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor.
Iron Age hill fort on the ridge above the village of Tickenham in North Somerset
A timeless rural landscape of thatched cottages, nestled in the vale of the Holnicote estate.
Varied landscape of moorland, woods, farms and coast, rich in wildlife
Beautiful and intimate 18th-century landscape garden in Bath
Famous for red squirrels, wildlife and Scouting
One of the largest and most beautiful ancient oak woods in Britain, a National nature Reserve nestled on the Holnicote estate.
Towering sea cliffs and grasslands rich in wild flowers
Elegant public rooms at the heart of fashionable 18th-century Bath life
Wide open space overlooking the World Heritage City of Bath
Rolling countryside with small fields and woodlands divided by hedges and sunken lanes
A wilderness of tranquility set against Brunel's famous suspension bridge
Vast area of sandy beaches and heathland
A peaceful coastal hamlet on the edge of the Holnicote estate, with distinctive thatched cottages.
Delightful English country garden
Charming 15th-century manor house with Arts and Crafts garden
A peaceful retreat set within the beautiful Devon countryside
Delightful medieval manor house, set in woodland and meadows
Nine rustic cottages around a green
Well preserved Neolithic long barrow
Magnificent Edwardian gardens flowing from grand vistas to intimate spaces overlooked by a large mansion
A calm spot over the River Teign with unspoilt woods
Dramatic fortified manor house and small formal garden
Nothing is normal. Dramatic castle overlooking the Teign Gorge, undergoing a conservation project to make it watertight.
A colourful mosaic of blooming heather and gorse, braided wetlands and ancient woodland pasture
Ancient deer park, 17th-century house and garden
Homely and welcoming 18th-century townhouse in Salisbury's Cathedral Close
A landscape untouched by a generation of progress
A World Heritage Site for its ancient ceremonial landscape of great archaeological interest.
Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot
Dark arts, riotous parties, war heroism, crocodiles and crucifixes...Tredegar House has never been an ordinary household. A place of dark days and golden ages where flamboyance is at the heart of the history.
Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
Fine two-storey granite building dating from c.1537
A 1920s country retreat complete with luxuriant garden by the sea
Dramatic river gorge, ancient woodlands, tea garden and shop in stunning surroundings
Rugged and captivating stretch of coast
Neolithic and Iron Age site rich in wildlife, offering sweeping views of surrounding countryside
Chalk ridge landmark with far-reaching views and rich natural heritage
The last working water-powered forge in England
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