The shackles of lockdown are slowly coming off and on April 12 domestic tourism resumed. Even international travel is beginning to stir from its Covid slumber. Where better to take a staycation than a lavish estate housing a drive-through safari, or the opulent birthplace of Winston Churchill?
House of Oak have reviewed the top stately homes in the UK and whittled them down to reveal a hotlist of the most grand and luxurious houses to visit, all steeped in an immersive history.
The estates listed below make the perfect day trip for a majestic experience.
1 – Longleat House, Somerset, £25.45 entry
Longleat is home to a safari park which opened in 1966, the first drive-through safari outside of Africa. It houses tigers, rhinos, giraffes and more!
Longleat House is steeped in history, housing a collection of over 40,000 books. There are seven beautiful libraries to explore, with some books … Read more
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