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Glangrwyney Court

Set in its own quiet grounds Glangrwyney Court is a Grade II Listed Country House Estate nestling amongst the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. At the heart of the estate proudly stands the impressive Georgian Mansion which offers Guests luxury 5 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation between eight individually and beautifully designed bedrooms. Also occupying the land and amid the estate are four former farm buildings now also converted into luxury self catering holiday cottages. The estate also possess 4 acres of inspirational gardens and 33 acres of parkland to explore and enjoy!
http://www.glancourt.co.uk/

Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages

One of the leading providers of self-catering cottages in Kent & Sussex, offering nearly 300 properties the majority of which are Visit England approved. Established for over 25 years, we have built up a reputation for providing quality assured accommodation to holiday makers looking for short breaks, family holidays or longer lets over the winter months. Our properties span the whole of this picturesque region from the iconic white cliffs of the coast to the unspoilt and wooded countryside.

https://www.kentandsussexcottages.co.uk/

Gardens at Miserden

This lovely, timeless garden, with spectacular views over both deer park and rolling Cotswold hills beyond, was created in 17th Century and still retains a wonderful sense of peace and gentleness. The garden comprises 3.5 ha and is open to the public 6 days a week, Tuesdays– Sundays,  and boasts extensive double borders  arranged in individual colour sections  and provides interest from spring to autumn. To the west of the house, a rill with fountain and an octagonal stone summerhouse were landscaped to commemorate the Millennium. Miserden is a quintessential Cotswold Village
http://www.misardenpark.co.uk/

Kelmscott Manor

'A Heaven on Earth...' DSC_1329Morris loved the house as a work of true craftsmanship, totally unspoilt and unaltered, and in harmony with the village and the surrounding countryside. He considered it so natural in its setting as to be almost organic, it looked to him as if it had "grown up out of the soil"; and with "quaint garrets amongst great timbers of the roof where of old times the tillers and herdsmen slept". Its beautiful gardens, with barns, dovecote, a meadow and stream, provided a constant source of inspiration for Morris until his death in 1896.
https://www.sal.org.uk/kelmscott-manor