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➸  British Rock Houses - homes carved into the soft sandstone of the Kinver Edge escarpment, on the border of Staffordshire and Worcestershire in ENGLAND. The most famous cluster was under Holy Austin Rock, which at one time served as a hermitage. The last cave dwellers moved out in the 1950s, but the site is preserved by the National Trust, which has restored some of the cave houses to the Victorian period  ➸

6 Comfy Cave Homes

This cave house under Holy Austin Rock on the border of Staffordshire and Worcestershire, England was carved out of the sandstone Kinver Edge escarpment . British Rock Houses: preserved by the National Trust, the last rock house dwellers moved out in the

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View from the Top Terrace in the garden at Powis Castle, Powys, Wales taken at dawn. The view shows the century Italianate terraces below, as well as the architectural features and statues.

Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire, UK | National Trust Woodlands carpeted with English Bluebells in Spring (2 of 5)

Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire, UK National Trust Woodlands carpeted with English Bluebells in Spring

Crossing Devil's Bridge on Worm's Head, Gower, Wales © National Trust

Crossing Devil's Bridge on Worm's Head, Gower, Wales © National Trust Can walk across at low tide, slippery though.

Glendurgan Garden in Cornwall - with view to the Helford River.

GLENDURGAN GARDEN, Cornwall - with view to the Helford River. Near Falmouth. National Trust owned and run. Family: Adult: Child: Under Free Family adult and up to 3 children under

Lacock, Wiltshire, UK - owned, almost entirely, by the National Trust

The village of Lacock was used as the exterior for Meryton in Pride and Prejudice TV mini series It was also used as the exterior for Highbury in Andrew Davies' Emma

Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, England built in 1874 in the neo Renaissance French style for the Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. It now belongs to the National Trust and is open to the public

England Travel Inspiration - Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, England built in 1874 in the neo Renaissance French style for the Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. It now belongs to the National Trust and is open to the public

National Trust looks for Derwent Island House tenants.  This 18th century home in Cumbria is only accessible by boat but well worth it.

Trust offers Lakes island home

Now rescued and rehabilitated by the National Trust, this almost-living relic of a bygone age is preparing to wake from hibernation and face the public

Now rescued and rehabilitated by the National Trust, this almost-living relic of a bygone age is preparing to wake from hibernation and face the public