Built near the site of a priory, destroyed during the Dissolution, Canons Ashby was home to the Dryden family for 450 years.
Reputedly the scene of Shakespeare's poaching exploits and visited by Elizabeth I, the house stands in parkland landscaped by Capability Brown.
Restored, by industrialist Graham Baron Ash, early in the 20th century, Packwood is furnished with period items he collected and salvaged.
Bought in 1927 by Lord Bearsted as an ideal location to showcase his spectacular art collection.
Home to the Throckmorton family for over 600 years, Coughton is famous for its links to the Gunpowder Plot.
A Moated Manor House complete with Priest Holes.
Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement the family home is filled with original furniture and family treasures.