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.

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.

National Trust Houses: Blickling Hall is a fascinating manor house in Norfolk, England. This impressive mansion was the childhood home of one of Henry VIII’s wives – Anne Boleyn.

The National Trust logo. On this day 12th January, 1895 The National Trust was founded by three Victorian philanthropists, Miss Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Cannon Hardwicke Rawnsley. The National Trust is now the largest membership organisation in the UK, and one of the largest UK charities by both income and assets. Its aim is to preserve places of historic interest or natural beauty for the enjoyment of the British Public. A very British institution and thank God for them!

The National Trust logo. This logo is a combination logo which combines a symbol to represent what the company is about, that being nature. By having a branch could possibly portray the trust is going to grow and expand themselves.

National Trust's Baddesley Clinton is a moated manor house, located near the historic town of Warwick, Warwickshire.

Baddesley Clinton is a moated manor house, located near the historic town of Warwick, Warwickshire.

The Old Post Office Tintagel, Cornwall. ༺✿༺ A 14th-century yeoman's (a man holding and cultivating a small landed estate) farmhouse.

Tintagel Post Office, a National Trust property, Cornwall, England ~ Tintagel Old Post Office is a stone house, built to the plan of the original medieval manor house.

➸  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

GLENDURGAN GARDEN, Cornwall - with view to the Helford River.  Near Falmouth.  National Trust owned and run.  Family: £17.10 Adult: £6.80 Child: £3.50 Under 5: Free Family (1 adult and up to 3 children under 17): £10.30

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

Hardwick Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire by jacqueline.poggi, via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire was famous for its glass previously, only churches had large glass windows, and most poor households had wooden shutters.

No-one ever forgets their first sight of Oxburgh - a romantic, moated manor house. Built by the Bedingfeld family in the 15th century, they have lived here ever since. Inside, the family's Catholic history is revealed, complete with a secret priest's hole which you can crawl inside.

Oxborough Hall is a late century moated manor house built by the Bedingfeld family, who still occupy this house today. The hall is well known for its priest hole, a hiding place for priests built into many of the principal Catholic houses of Engla

St Michael's Mount was given to the Benedictine religious order of Mont Saint-Michel by Edward the Confessor in the 11th century. It's a tidal island that can be reached by a man made causeway between mid-tide and low water. The castle and chapel have been home of the St Aubyn family since about 1650. Today it's run by the National Trust. Joachim von Ribbentrop allegedly planned to live here after the planned German conquest of Britain - by John Fielding #stmichaelsmount #cornwall #aerial…

St Michael's Mount was given to the Benedictine religious order of Mont Saint-Michel by Edward the Confessor in the century. It's a tidal island that can be reached by a man made causeway between mid-tide and low water. The castle and chapel have bee

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Plas Newydd, located in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey, Wales is the country seat of the Marquess of Anglesey. Situated on the shores of the Menai Strait, it has spectacular views of Snowdonia. (from Carol Cork)

The National Trust's Lyme Park, Cheshire, is a magnificent house and estate on the edge of the Peak District.

Lyme prices a. Pemberly Whole Property Entrance fee to the park Hours Vary, park open

Hill Top | National Trust

Hill Top | National Trust

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