Walcot Hall is a Grade I listed Carolean country house in the hamlet of Southorpe. It lies 2 km (1 mile) south of the village of Barnack. The house is now within the boundary of the Peterborough unitary authority of the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire but it was part of the Soke of Peterborough, an historic area that was traditionally associated with Northamptonshire.
National Trust Houses: Blickling Hall is a fascinating 17th-century manor house in Norfolk, England. This impressive mansion was the childhood home of one of Henry VIII’s wives – Anne Boleyn. Step inside to explore the Long Gallery, a 123ft room, which is home to one of the most important book collections in the country.
Combe Hay Manor, Combe Hay, Somerset. Grade I listed building. Built in two phases for Robert Smith and his son, John. The first, western, part dates from 1728|30 and is believed to have been built by John Strahan of Bristol. The later eastern and southern elevations were built around 1770 to 1775 and are believed to be the work of James Wyatt or George Steuart.