Houses and gardens
Gardens and house
1930s style gardens
15th century coaching inn
15th century courthouse
17th century house
Renaissance-style chateau and gardens
18th century house and gardens
16th century home of famous author
Historic house and gardens set in a beautiful valley
Home of Victorian prime minister Benjamin Disraeli from 1848-1881
The comfortable home of one of the 20th century's industrial pioneers and major philanthropists
Greys Court is a magnificent Tudor house associated with the lords of the manor of Rotherfield Greys and once home to Ian Fleming’s mother. Now owned by the National Trust. Located near Henley-on-Thames.
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.
An Elizabethan manor house and watermill on the banks of the Thames, famously associated with Alexander Pope