Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England. It belongs to the National Trust. The central feature is the ruins of a medieval, moated manor house, Scotney Old Castle, which is on an island on a small lake.
Nymans, Handcross, Haywards Heath, West Sussex. An English garden developed by three generations of the Messel family, from the late 19th century, and brought to renown by Col. Leonard C.R. Messel. Nymans, since 1953 has been a National Trust property. A disastrous fire in 1947 has reduced the house to a ruin.
Sudbury Hall is a country house in Derbyshire, England, and is one the country's finest Restoration mansions. The National Trust Museum of Childhood is housed in the 19th-century servants' wing of Sudbury Hall.
Peckover House, built in 1722, is a National Trust property located in North Brink, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. The exterior of the house gives little idea of the elaborate and elegant interior of fine panelled rooms, Georgian fireplaces with carved over-mantels, and ornate plaster decoration.
Charlecote Park. 16th c. country house, nr Wellesbourne, Warwicks. Administered by the National Trust since 1946 it is a Grade I listed bldg & was built in 1558 by Sir Thomas Lucy. The general outline of the Elizabethan house remains, nowadays it is mostly Victorian. In 1823, George Hammond Lucy inherited & set about recreating it to its original style. In the middle of the 19th c, the Fairfax Baronets inherited when the male line of the Lucy family failed on the death of Henry Spencer Lucy.