Athelhampton House Built in 1485, it would have served as the entire accommodation, then greatly added to throughout the centuries as the house became domesticated. With its linenfold paneling heraldic stained glass, large fireplace and historic furnishings, the Great Hall is a fine example of Tudor Architecture. The gardens are full of variety, the architecture is balanced by woodland scenes. The formal gardens were built between 1891 - 1899 by Alfred Cart de Lafontaine.
Athelhampton House 15th century Country Manor House