Relais & Chateaux - This is one of the finest manor houses in the Cotswolds, set next to a 13th century church, amidst beautiful gardens which create an oasis of tranquility. Buckland Manor, Cotswolds UK
Stonefield Castle hotel, Tarbert (also known as Barmore House). A Scottish baronial manor house near the village of Stonefield, north of Tarbert. Built in 1837 and designed by architects William Henry Playfair and William Notman.
Favour Royal is an abandoned manor house and estate in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is located about 3 miles east of Augher, close to the Irish border. John Moutray married the Erskine heiress of Favour Royal, and the original house was built by them in 1670. The Moutrays briefly employed a local boy, John Hughes, as an apprentice gardener. Hughes would go on to become the Catholic Archbishop of New York in 1842. Photo: stuartblakley.blogspot.com
A pretty cascade of sugar calla lilies and deep red roses, to match the wedding flowers, cascading down the front of the top two tiers. The bottom tier decorated with vertical ruffles. Delivered to the gorgeous The Manor House, an Exclusive Hotel & Golf Club at Castle Combe.