The remains of a great castle used by many kings and queens.
A beautiful Tudor Manor House in the Chess Valley visited several times by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Chequers, or Chequers Court, is a country house near Wendover, the official country residence of British Prime Ministers since 1921.
Set in beautiful grounds, Missenden Abbey in Great Missenden was originally built as a monastery for Augustinian canons.
Originally built as a monastery in the 13th century, this great house near Berkhamsted has a long history with several royal associations.
Built for an important local family in the 18th century, Shardeloes House near Amersham is an imposing building which has had many uses over the years.
An Elizabethan manor house and watermill on the banks of the Thames, famously associated with Alexander Pope