Historic Houses in South West England
Historic Houses in South West England, such as The Bishop´s Palace and Gardens and Godolphin House are listed below.
Mount Edgcumbe was built by Sir Richard Edgcumbe of Cotehele in his deer park in 1547-53. The house was destroyed in 1941 during the Blitz on Plymouth and was restored by Adrian Gilbert Scott in 1958, on the instructions of the 6th Earl. Now... more
Estate Office, St Germans, Saltash
Port Eliot is an ancient hidden gem, set in a stunning fairy tale grounds which nestles beside a secret estuary in South East Cornwall. An award winning attraction, it has the rare distinction of being a Grade I Listed house, park and garden. This is... more
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