Salt Hall in Wiltshire. A magnificent Elizabethan/Jacobean house, with interiors updated by Robert Adams and set in grounds landscaped and laid out by Capability Brown in the 1760s. #SALTBRIDE #LucindaBrant #Georgian #HistoricalRomance #18thCentury #SaltHendonSeries
Elizabethan Great House-EXCERPT: Heydon Hall in Norfolk, built between 1581 and 1584, is a more traditional style Elizabethan house, but the classical influence can still be seen in the pediments above the windows.
❥ Chettle House Dorset, England Set in 5 acres of lovely gardens, this charming Queen Anne manor house designed by Thomas Archer in 1710, is a nationally outstanding example of English Baroque. One of the highlights of the interior is the elegant Oak Entrance Hall, with its two flights of sweeping oak stairs, lined by fine family portraits, rising separately to meet at the balcony above.
Burghley House is a grand 16th-century country house near to Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. Its park was laid out by Capability Brown. Burghley was built for Sir William Cecil, later 1st Baron Burghley, who was Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1558 and 1587 and modelled on the privy lodgings of Richmond Palace.
The famous Tudor manor house of Owlpen Manor (1450-1616) stands in an early formal garden of magnificent yews at the heart of the estate, steeped in 900 years of history. It is located near Uley, Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds
Check out Burghley House on VisitBritain’s LoveWall!A towering Elizabethan Mansion, Burghley House was once home to Elizabeth I's longest serving councillor, William Cecil. Don't miss the murals of the Heaven Room, and be sure to explore the gardens, which were designed by famous landscape gardner Capability Brown.