England s Thousand Best Houses England s houses are a treasure trove of riches and a unique living record of the nation s history This guide selects the finest palaces mansions halls castles and cottages throughout the land fr

  • Title: England's Thousand Best Houses
  • Author: Simon Jenkins
  • ISBN: 9780713995961
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Hardcover
  • England s houses are a treasure trove of riches and a unique, living record of the nation s history This guide selects the finest palaces, mansions, halls, castles and cottages throughout the land, from the stately to the humble, in a glorious celebration of English life.

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    1. I doubt if I shall be reading England's Thousand Best Houses cover to cover, hence reviewing it although admittedly I have only read a small part. I dipped into it for the first time today (17/10/14) to read about Uppark House in Sussex. It did its job marvellously. The information was a nice amount - short enough to be readable in the car en route, but detailed enough to give me an idea of things to look out for when we arrived. Actually, it even contained some details not written on any of the [...]

    2. This was a thoughtful gift that had sat too long unopened on my shelves. I am a sucker for 'Best Anything of England or the UK'. I didn't fuss about star ratings or what had been left out or the definition of 'house' or disagree with his stipulation that any house included had to be viewable by the public in some reasonable way even if only by appointment or occasionally. I'm not familiar with Simon Jenkins' journalism generally, I simply knew that he had worked for English Heritage and the Nati [...]

    3. This book has just about become my essential guide for visiting the great houses of England. Jenkins' articles always throw some new light onto the architecture of the house and greatly enhance the visit.

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