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enchanted england: Charlecote Park is an opulent sixteenth century English Country House (translated: palatial manor) which is surrounded by its own deer park, that lies about 6 km east of Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, England. It is open to the public for a small fee and the interiors are reportedly breathtaking. And did I mention the deer park? I want to live here! I wonder if the National Trust will let me.

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enchantedengland:

  The studded medieval doors on the south side of Speke Hall, minutes from John Lennon Airport in south Liverpool (northwest England). Speke Hall is a breathtaking Tudor Manor House built from 1530-1598  and opulently restored; including four fully furnished-to- period bedrooms and a painstakingly reproduced Victorian kitchen and servant’s hall. You can peruse the gorgeous rooms here- Speke House 

   I couldn’t decide between this image and the full-frontal view so I’ll show that one later and tell you the haunted history of the Manor (you KNOW there’s gonna be a haunted history!) **image by lesley rigby on panoramio.com**