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When we say EXCLUSIVE LUXURY, we mean it. Each luxury property is hand picked to be the most exclusive you can find for that once in a lifetime and never forget experience. From Napoleonic fortresses, medieval Castles to country Mansions that have all been meticulously restored to their former glory. Surrounded by total elegance and regal environment, you and your guest will feel like millionaire royalty. Whether its an exclusive large family break, wedding, venue or group get together, there is bound to be a luxury place to suit. If you love holidaying with your pets - see our new Dog Friendly holiday rentals
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Napoleonic fortresses:
Napoleonic fortresses are a type of fortification that were built during the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815), a series of conflicts fought between France and a number of European powers, including the UK. These fortresses were built as a way of defending against the threat of invasion by French forces, and they were often located along the coast or on strategically important high ground. Napoleonic fortresses were designed to be strong and able to withstand attack, and they were typically built using materials such as brick and stone. Many of these fortresses are still standing today and are popular tourist attractions, with some of them being open to the public. Some examples of Napoleonic fortresses in the UK include Fort Nelson, Fort Brockhurst, and Fort Clarence.
Medieval Castles:
Medieval castles were fortified structures that were built during the Middle Ages in Europe. They were typically built by nobles and were used as a residence, a place of defense, and a symbol of wealth and power. Medieval castles were usually built on high ground, such as a hill or a cliff, and were often surrounded by a moat or a wall to protect them from attack. They were built using materials such as stone and brick, and many of them had features such as towers, battlements, and arrow slits to defend against attackers. Medieval castles were often built in strategic locations, such as along a border or near a port, and they played an important role in the defense of the kingdom. Many medieval castles are still standing today and are popular tourist attractions, with some of them being open to the public. Some examples of famous medieval castles in the UK include Windsor Castle, Warwick Castle, and Edinburgh Castle.
Country Mansions:
Country mansions are large, grand houses that were often built by wealthy families in rural areas of the UK. They are typically set in large gardens or parkland and are surrounded by beautiful countryside. Many country mansions were built in the 18th and 19th centuries and are examples of architectural styles such as Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian. Many country mansions were built as a symbol of wealth and status, and they often have impressive features such as grand entrance halls, formal drawing and dining rooms, and ornate staircases. Many country mansions are now used as private residences, but some of them are open to the public and can be visited as tourist attractions. Some examples of famous country mansions in the UK include Chatsworth House, Blenheim Palace, and Castle Howard.
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