Lanhydrock

County: Cornwall Time Period: English Civil War | Georgian | Jacobean | Stuart | Victorian | World War II Lanhydrock is a Jacobean and Victorian Mansion in Bodmin, Cornwall. Originally built in the 1600s by Sir Richard Robartes, it was badly damaged in a fire in 1881...

Milton’s Cottage

County: Buckinghamshire Time Period: Jacobean | Stuart Located in Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, Milton’s Cottage is the only remaining home of writer and politician John Milton. Information Sheet Information Sheet Audio...

Houghton House

County: Bedfordshire Time Period: Georgian | Jacobean | Stuart Houghton House in Bedfordshire is a Stuart hunting lodge built by Mary Herbert, Dowager Countess of Pembroke in the mid-1600s. It was also home to three generations of the Bruce family. It was dismantled...

Dunster Castle

County: Somerset Time Period: jacobean | Norman | Victorian Dunster Castle is a Jacobean mansion built on the site of a wooden Norman castle. The mansion was updated in Victorian times by the Luttrell family, and there is a watermill and underground reservoir on the...

Old Gorhambury House

County: Hertfordshire Time Period: Jacobean | Stuart | Tudor Old Gorhambury House in St Albans is most well-known for being the home of Sir Francis Bacon, politician and philosopher of the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras. It is now a ruin, lying in the grounds the new...