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1 Suites & & 38 Country Houses in United Kingdom

The beauty of the British Isles and the UK seen from gorgeous houses overlooking magical seas, beautiful lakes and wonderful treasured landscapes.


1 Country House

in Hampshire, United Kingdom

With a long maritime history Hampshire, which is home to Southampton & Portsmouth, is also famous for Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and being the birthplace of Islamabad Kingdom Brunel.


  • Birthplace of Jane Austen in 1775
  • Fashion brand Burberry established in 1856
  • Famous for its delicious peppery watercress
  • Winchester inspired John Keats’ Ode to Autumn
  • Great Hampshire Sausage and Pie Competition
  • Highclere Castle, the setting for Downtown Abbey
  • Vistit Hambledon Vineyard for award-winning Non-Vintage Classic Cuvée

16 Country Houses

in Suffolk, United Kingdom

Renowned as ‘Constable country’ due to its enduring inspiration to one of England’s most iconic artists, Suffolk shows the countryside at is quintessential best.


  • Loved by Constable and Gainsborough
  • Iconic pink houses and thatched cottages
  • Extraordinary history dating back to the Romans
  • Wonderful coastal towns including Aldeburgh
  • Historical Colchester & Bury St Edmunds

1 Country House

in Norfolk, United Kingdom

‘I am still reeling with delight at the soaring majesty of Norfolk’ said poet John Betjeman. We love this East Anglian county with its famous Broads and huge views over flat, intriguing landscapes.


  • 125 miles of navigable waterways
  • Capital city of Norwich
  • Beautiful welcoming villages
  • Delicious pubs and restaurants
  • Wonderful fresh seafood

9 Country Houses

in Scotland, United Kingdom

Vast landscapes, fierce beauty, lochs, mountains, castles and welcoming cities are just the beginning of this enchanting nation.


  • The Edinburgh Festival was established in 1947
  • Robert Burns wrote Auld Lang Syne Address to a Haggis
  • John Logie Baird introduced the world to television in 1926
  • Sherlock Holmes was the brainchild of Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Loch Ness Monster remains an unsolved mystery … and lure
  • There are some 300 castles in Scotland
  • Scotland’s 790 islands are considered to be among the most beautiful in the world
West Sussex

2 Country Houses

in West Sussex, United Kingdom

Home to Glorious Goodwood, polo at Cowdray, Chichester, the amazing South Downs, wonderful beaches and an endlessly tempting array of charming villages and pubs, West Sussex has it all.


  • W.M. Turner created some of his famous paintings at Petworth House
  • Over half the county is protected countryside
  • Fishbourne & Bignor are home to Roman buildings dating from 75AD
  • Chichester Cathedral is built from stone from the Isle of Wight & Normandy
  • The South Downs were formed some 60 million years ago

Home to the English Riviera, Devon is all about the coast on the outside and famous Dartmoor and Exmoor in the middle …. and cream teas.


  • Home to the English Riviera
  • Sought after Dartmouth & Salcombe
  • Amazing walks on Dartmoor and Exmoor
  • Visit Westward Ho! only town with an exclamation mark
  • Inventors of the cream tea …. some say!
Northern Ireland

1 Country House

in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

From the Giant’s Causeway and Belfast with its Titanic museum to the Mourne mountains, marvellous castles and wonderfully picturesque villages, Northern Ireland awaits.


  • The Titanic Quarter is named after the Titanic built here in 1912
  • Led Zepplin first played Stairway to Heaven in Ulster Hall
  • Castle Ward is the location for GoT‘s Winterfell
  • Castle Espie is the UK’s leading wetland conservation charity
  • Legend says that giant Finn McCool created the Giant’s Causeway
  • The symbol of Belfast is the seahorse

3 Country Houses

in Somerset, United Kingdom

Enchanting Somerset famous for fresh crisp cider and tangy Cheddar cheese to Glastonbury, the beauty of Bath and the mysteries of the Arthurian legends.


  • 11,500 listed buildings & 523 ancient monuments
  • Well is England’s smallest city
  • Home to Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Jane Austen set Northanger Abbey in Bath
  • First band to perform at Glastonbury were T-Rex
  • More than 400 different kinds of cider apple

1 Country House

in Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Characterised by rolling hills and wide valleys, Wiltshire is the home to UNESCO World Heritage Site Stonehenge, National Trust Stourhead, the lions of Longleat and the medieval cathedral of Salisbury.


  • Stonehenge was built some 3000 years ago
  • Salisbury cathedral has the tallest spire in Britain
  • Pride & Prejudice was filmed in the gardens of Stourhead
  • Award winning Beckford Arms is in Fontill Gifford
  • Longleat was the first stately home to open to the public
  • The Lamar Tree gardens were created in 1880 for “public enlightenment and entertainment”.

4 Country Houses

in Dorset, United Kingdom

Famous for its Jurassic coast and the amazing Durdle Door arch, Dorset is also home to beautiful scenery, wonderful villages and big seascapes.


  • Famous for the Jurassic Coast & Durdle Door
  • Birthplace of author Thomas Hardy
  • Poole is the world’s second largest natural harbour
  • Hovis hill in beautiful Shaftesbury
  • Lyme Regis granted royal title in 1284 by Edward I

The British surfer’s paradise, Cornwall is home to hundreds of sandy beaches interspersed with gorgeous coastal towns including Fowey, Falmouth & Newquay.


  • Newquay is beloved by surfers
  • Amazing Tate Modern in St Ives
  • Wonderful coastal Fowey & Falmouth
  • Bodmin Moor is amazing for walkers
  • The home of the Cornish cream tea