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All reviewsenglish heritagewell worth a visithunting lodgeinigo jonessmall car parkstately homeshort walkhundred yardsroad leadingchildren loved exploringviews over the surrounding countrysideinformation boardsamazing viewsmany timesruincenturyimagination
This 17th Century ruin is a hidden gem... off the beaten track but well worth visiting. It's free, take along a picnic and enjoy the stunning views over the Bedfordshire countryside. The children loved exploring and playing hide and seek here and I thoroughly enjoyed...More
A 17th century ruin which is approached via a long track.
Car parking is available approximately 800 metres from the house which is advised as cars are not allowed beyond that point.
The house is free to look around and whilst there is not much...More
Hard to find but if in the area worth a visit. Sits down the end of a little track. Park up in small car park and then a walk. It's a ruin but I it's time must have been stunning, pity not completely rebuilt. Views...More
Not much left of this house ,which is allegedly the house beautiful from pilgrims progress . With a bit of imagination you could see what it was like. But lovely for a quiet summer's picnic away from it all
Considering the fact that a visit to Houghton House is free of charge, it is well worth a look. The house is entirely in ruins but the remains are extensive and give a good idea of what the original house would have looked like. This,...More
The ruins of a former hunting lodge which was built in 17th century for Countess of Pembroke. Some features by Inigo Jones.
Parking about 500m away then walk up. Well signposted & interesting signs. Maintained by English Heritage. No entry fee. Pleasant views