Belton house is a Grade I listed country house in Belton, near Grantham, built between 1685 and 1688 Sir John Brownlow. It is surrounded by formal gardens and a series of avenues leading to follies within a larger wooded park. Lincolnshire.
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Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens
A beautiful 18th century Victorian house with paintings, furniture, a walled garden and tea room. Lincolnshire.
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The birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac Newton. The apple tree still stands and is intertwined with his discovery of the law of gravitation. Lincolnshire.
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A magnificent 15th century red brick castle, Grade I listed. Lincolnshire.
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The Workhouse and Infirmary
Atmospheric and most complete Victorian Workhouse in Southwell, Nottinghamshire.
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Clumber Park - 3,800 acres of parkland to explore
Originally home to the Dukes’ of Newcastle Clumber Park is steeped in history with clues to its grand past dotted throughout the park. Nottinghamshire.
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