Packwood House – National Trust

Packwood House is situated in Solihul near Lapworth in Warwickshire, it is a tudor mansion that has origins of the 15th century. History discovered by the National Trust shows that the house was built in the late 16th Century for a John Fetherston, who was a prosperous Warwickshire farmer. Packwood has tall Tudor chimneys with... Continue Reading →

Coughton Court – National Trust

Set in the heart of Warwickshire, Coughton Court is a huge Tudor house, with beautiful gardens and a catholic collection of treasures. It has been the home of the Throckmorton family for over 600 years, they have been persecuted for their catholic faith, but with links to secret plots and political intrigue, they have risked... Continue Reading →

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