Dating back to the 16th century, this 300-acre sprawling estate in the rolling hills of Nottinghamshire is the red-brick English manor house known as Thrumpton Hall.

English manor

Christmas At The Manor House

old english manor

Tudor English Country House, dating back to the 12th century. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire

English Manor.

Manor House in the snow. Bristol, England

Rufford Abbey by Colin'sPic's, via Flickr. Rufford Abbey is an estate in Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, England. It was originally a Cistercian abbey. After the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century it became a country house. Part of the house was demolished in the 20th century, but the remains, together with the grounds, are open to the public.

Snowshill Manor- Cotswold manor house

Little Moreton Hall. Cheshire. 15th c. moated half-timbered manor house.

Fawsley Hall Tower, Northamptonshire.

.}Abandoned Manor{.

Hall i' th' Wood (Museum), 16th century, Bolton, a rare surviving example of a Tudor wooden framed house. The name represents "Hall in the Wood' spoken in the local regional English dialect and is pronouced as "Hollith wood"

Dawyck Manor House

Fatlips Castle ~ a 16th century peel tower in Roxburghshire, Scotland, so called because its owner, the Earl of Minto, liked to kiss his female guests. It was built by the Turnbulls of Barnhills, notorious Border reivers, and burned during the War of the Rough Wooing in 1545. Don't you just love the names? :)

English Manor House

This is one of the finest manor houses in the Cotswolds, set next to a 13th century church, amidst beautiful gardens which create an oasis of tranquility. Buckland Manor, Cotswolds UK

Covent Garden. Covent Garden is located in the heart of the West End. An historic fruit and vegetables market from the 16th Century, finally closing in 1974. Now famous for it's markets.

Hambleton Hall, Rutland

Manor House - New Milton, England

Garsington Manor, a Tudor era manor house in Oxfordshire, England. .