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Gibside

by Gemma Hall National Trust (August 01, 2016)

Nowadays many of Gibside’s buildings lie in ruins. But this was once a grand Georgian estate, home to one of the most powerful families in England, the Bowes. This guidebook reveals how they built their fortune...


Trengwainton Garden

by Katherine Lambert National Trust (August 01, 2016)

Trengwainton was given to the National Trust because of the significance of its plant collection. The garden contains rare plant specimens from around the world, including some rhododendron hybrids that are...


Beatrix Potter's Hill Top

by Claire Masset National Trust (August 01, 2016)

Hill Top is a shrine to Beatrix Potter, each room imbued with her spirit. The house she bought with the royalties from her first and most famous book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, became her cabinet of curiosities,...


Brownsea Island

by Clare Gogerty National Trust (August 01, 2016)

What happened on the first Scout camp in 1907? How do you spot a rare red squirrel? And why did one person, the reclusive Mrs Bonham-Christie, turn Brownsea Island into the haven for nature it is today. This...


Polesden Lacey

by Simon Ackeroyd & Vicky Bevan Vicky Bevan National Trust (August 01, 2016)

A golf course, a pet cemetery and a suite ¬fit for royalty: welcome to Polesden Lacey, former home of the indomitable – and controversial – socialite, Maggie Greville (also known as Mrs Ronnie), and country...


Hidcote

by Helene Gammack National Trust (August 01, 2016)

Hidcote is the fulfilment of an American’s English fantasy. In doing so, Major Lawrence Johnston created a garden that could be described as the most influential of the 20th century, and one that has certainly...