- RT @Countrylifemag: Thomas Archer’s Baroque Pavillion reflected in the Long Water, a canal laid out in the late 1680s at Wrest Park in Bedf… 9 hours ago
- RT @WaddesdonManor: Library goals right here in the Small Library at Waddesdon. #LibraryShelfieDay Ferdinand de Rothschild collected over… 9 hours ago
- RT @LBofHounslow: Boston Manor Park has secured #NationalHeritageLotteryFunding of £3.6m to enhance, conserve, interpret and engage divers… 10 hours ago
Support The Country SeatIf you enjoy the articles, please support the blog by buying books - recommendations in The Library. Thanks!
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Many country houses we can visit today are innately interesting; the design, the contents, the occupants, all tell a tale. Sometimes though there are houses with a much richer past which not only have an immediate story to tell but … Continue reading
Having looked at the impact on country houses of the first branch of the next phase of the HS2 line between Birmingham and Leeds (‘HS2 Northern Extensions, Part 1 – Birmingham to Leeds: good for some, bad for others‘) it’s … Continue reading