Rows of apple trees lead to the entrance of Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, the 1702 masterpiece by Nicholas Hawksmoor, an ingeniously inventive architect who also had a hand in Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard. From its stone lions marching along the roofline to its wildly attenuated windows, the ashlar building represents the domestic high point of the English Baroque, a flamboyant style that flowered briefly before Palladian stateliness became prominent.
LE MANOIR AUX QUAT'SAISONS, A BELMOND HOTEL, OXFORDSHIRE - Updated 2021 Prices & Reviews (Great Milton, England) - Tripadvisor
Surrounded by quintessentially English lavender lawns and a croquet pitch, about an hour’s drive from London, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is helmed by Michelin-starred French chef Raymond Blanc. Nestled in the Oxfordshire countryside, this 15th-century manor house offers a truly eclectic escape. Its themed guestrooms, Japanese ponds and Raymond Blanc Cookery School are all part of the innovative mix that has made this gourmet retreat a hit for more than 30 years.
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Batsford House from the Arboretum. Looking south down the hill to the north facade of Batsford House. The house was developed in 1860s by Algernon Bertram Freeman - Mitford (later 1st Lord Redesdale). This was the home of the famous Mitford sisters. The house was sold in 1919 to Gilbert Alan Hamilton Wills, later the 1st Lord Dulverton and in 1984 Batsford Park was donated to a charitable trust founded by the 2nd Lord Dulverton to ensure the future of the arboretum.