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Stourhead House was the inspiration for Lady Penelope’s residence in the original Thunderbirds puppet series in the 1960s.
St Michael's Mount is home to a community of just over 30 islanders.
It boasts its very own subtropical garden and legend of Jack the Giant Killer.
Brownsea Island was where the Scouting Movement first started and inspired Enid Blyton in her writing of the Famous Five.
The island is one of the few places in the UK inhabited by red squirrels.
Hardwick Hall was built at a time when glass was a very expensive and it was known as ‘Hardwick Hall, more glass than wall.’
Kedleston Hall's main house was built to showcase the Curzon’s family collection.
Montacute House has been used for filming The Libertine and Sense and Sensibility. It has the longest portrait gallery in England.
Sizergh Castle includes a wood panelled Inlaid Chamber, returned from the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1999.
Trelissick Garden is situated on its very own peninsula with changing views of the estuary of the River Fal.
Tyntesfield's family fortune was founded on guano (bird droppings). It was also rumoured that Kylie Minogue was keen to purchase the house when it originally went up for sale.