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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Sherborne St. John
Delightful experience on this visit, very friendly and engaging staff and volunteers, excellent NT facilities, especially the numerous second hand bookshop's, but this was an opportunity to show a friend this fabu...
I love visiting National Trust places, especially those associated with Grand Tourists that visitid Italy in the 17th-18th centuries and brought back home beautiful souvenirs with Venecian landscapes, ancient Roma...
#1 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Reading
I love a walk round the Roman walls and ruins at Silchester - You can really get your imagination going and it is amazing to see what an important city this was it what is now tranquil village countryside location.
It was really lovely to come across something as interesting as this Roman amphitheatre and walls, well worth a visit if your in the area.
Basing House Old Basing 2.7 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Old Basing
Originally, a Norman castle stood on the site but the fabulously wealthy William Paulet built what was to be the largest Tudor house in England.
Plenty of parking, access via the pub courtyard and a lovely stroll along a canal path to get to the house.
Stratfield Saye House Stratfield Saye, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Stratfield Saye
It is the former home of the first Duke of Wellington but also the home of the current Duke so contains many historical artifacts but is also very much a private home, which contributes to its considerable charm.
The best bits of the day: Copenhagen's grave (Wellington's war horse), Wellington's impressive funeral carriage from 1852, and finally - and most importantly - the guided tour of the house.