You have a fantastic example of Elizabethan architecture
, a stately home and all the treasures within, which obviously are fascinating.
deserves special affection because it was invented in England - concocted from French, rather than Italian, neo-classicism, and with wonderful brickwork and fantastical decoration from Flanders.
In addition, visit Longleat House, one of the best examples of high Elizabethan architecture
in Britain, and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public.
In 1885, local land-owner Lord Mostyn offered them the lease of his neglected Elizabethan mansion Plas Mawr in Conwy, then partly occupied by a junior school, which they restored making it one of the outstanding examples of Elizabethan architecture
in the UK.
The following day found us at Longleat - widely regarded as one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public and the best example of Elizabethan architecture
The house, an elegant example of Elizabethan architecture
, belonged to Katherine Rogers, mother of John Harvard, whose bequest founded Harvard University.
It is widely regarded as one of the best examples of high Elizabethan architecture
in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public.
9 Another area where scholarship has bowed to opinion is in the proportions of the tiring-house facade, where Crosby's original proportions, based on his understanding of Elizabethan architecture
, were modified to the requirements of the actors, who were used to modern theatres (Mulryne & Shewring 1997: 60ff).
It is not just because of its majestic Elizabethan architecture
with its pink sandstone bricks, mullioned and double transomed windows, not to mention its battalions of tall chimneys.
It is a perfect example of Elizabethan architecture
Harlaston's winding village street has several Elizabethan buildings while others of note include The Manor House, a timber framed building originally constructed around 1540, The Homestead, and Haselour Hall, a good example of Elizabethan architecture
, with its five-gabled frontage and interior containing some rare linen-fold panelling with every panel showing a different design.
The style was aimed at sitting comfortably with the area's Elizabethan architecture