Scotney Castle, Kent, England. Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England. It belongs to the National Trust
Crossing Devil's Bridge on Worm's Head, Gower, Wales © National Trust
Devil's Cauldron. Dartmoor. Devon More
spring woodlands, Ashridge Commons & Woods, Hertfordshire, UK | conserved by the National Trust and a UK Biological Site of Special Scientific Interest
Ightam Mote, Kent ♦cM
Lydford Gorge is reasonably protected from the rain so if you want to take a walk on a wet day, go there!
Perhaps one of Britain’s most picturesque castles, Bodiam Castle was built by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge in 1385 and is now a popular tourist attraction operated by the National Trust.
National Trust's Baddesley Clinton is a moated manor house, located near the historic town of Warwick, Warwickshire.
view from the Top Terrace at Powis Castle More
British Rock Houses - preserved by the National Trust, the last rock house dwellers moved out in the 1950s.