Places To Visit
DORNEY COURT (Nr Windsor) - c1440. Lived in by the present family for over 450 years.
ETON COLLEGE (Windsor). Founded 1440 by Henry VI. Open to visitors during summer season.
Chenies Manor House
CHENIES MANOR HOUSE (Chenies) - Dates from the Tudor period. It was the home of the Earls of Bedford and was visited by both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
NETHER WINCHENDON HOUSE (Aylesbury) - Medieval/Tudor House with 18th century additions.
KING'S COLLEGE (Cambridge)
PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL (Peterborough)
ADLINGTON HALL (Nr Macclesfield) - Built between 1450-1505.
BRAMALL HALL (Bramhall, Stockport) - Magnificent Tudor manor house. Contains Tudor wall paintings and Elizabethan fine plaster ceilings. Vast parkland with gardens and a lake.
GAWSWORTH HALL (Macclesfield) - Tudor half-timber house with tilting ground. Home of Mary Fitton, Maid of Honour to Elizabeth I (supposed "Dark Lady" of Shakespeare's sonnets).
LITTLE MORETON HALL (Congleton) - Regarded as the finest surviving timber-framed moated manor house in England.