Set in stunning private grounds, this heritage property is Grade II listed and understood to date back to 1580. It is arranged over three floors with classic proportions and elegant period features including Delft tiling, high ceilings, 17th century oak panelling and original fireplaces.
This 10-bedroom manor house has an outstanding entrance hall boasting a double height ceiling and minstrels gallery. The property, which has been subtly modernised, has outbuildings that are perfect for conversion and is surrounded by over 20 acres of domestic and agricultural land.
Spanning around 650 sq m with a total of 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 2 reception rooms as well as 2 additional cottages, this idyllic French home is surrounded by olive trees, lavender and heath and offers beautiful views over the Luberon.
An elegantly presented Grade II listed country house amidst 171 acres of immaculate parkland, woodland and pastures. Walled gardens, lakes, a swimming pool and a tennis court provide wonderful outdoor activities and inside, ornate cornicing and stunning fireplaces add to the grandeur of the property, which was once occupied by Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, who served as Prime Minister from 1905 to 1908.
This classic, Queen Anne-style 12-bedroom country house sits within a 15-acre private estate and has a rich history. Built in the Queen Anne style in 1760, Lady Bingham, wife of Sir George Bingham who guarded the deposed Napoleon previously owned the property which offers luxury and comfort within a quintessentially British aesthetic. The layout of the house is adaptable, catering to large parties, whether celebrating or relaxing.
A charming countryside escape, this 15th century estate provides accommodation for 30 guests. In addition to the Manor House, the property includes four barns of varying sizes. With views over the rolling country hills, there’s plenty of space to explore and connect with the great outdoors.
In the heart of Austria sits this enchanting castle that would make for an unforgettable wedding or celebration venue. With plenty of cultural offerings in the area including wines, castles, abbeys and medieval villages, the castle also makes for a great location for private or corporate retreats. An in-house events team can work closely with guests to curate the perfect celebration, give advice, ideas and support or to be on hand for any unexpected requirements. The Castle is only available to hire from March to October.
This former rectory makes for an idyllic holiday home. The peaceful country mansion offers 17 acres of gardens and woodland and inside, there is a vast expanse of space for socialising, with four main reception rooms. There is also an elegant orangery and large farmhouse kitchen, for ultimate countryside charm.