By now, you know of my love of searching through the Guardian’s photo galleries. I’ve found some fun things, such as the family of elephant topiaries, the huge sculptures at Chatsworth House and these lovely and unusual memorials.
Today, I found another great house, which is as different from the blue house I posted about the other day, as chalk and cheese. It’s located in Gloucestershire, in the heart of the Cotswolds and dates from the 1700’s. It would be a great place for a country house weekend with 11 bedrooms, a ballroom, drawing rooms, an orangery and a billiard room and bar! The craftsmanship in this house is incredible. It also has a three-bedroom coach house and a turret.