8 Stunning Estates That Are Even Better Than Downton
Chatsworth House If Mr. Darcy won't come to you, then you come to Mr. Darcy. This Peak District estate doubles as his Pemberley home. Indeed, the 35,000-acre estate has plenty to swoon over, including gardens and Christmas festivities. Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Derbyshire; 012 4656 5300.
Highclere-Castle. Home of George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon who was the financial backer for the Tutankamun expedition in Egypt. The castle is also the setting for the television drama "Downton Abbey" and the home of the present Lord and Lady Carnarvon. Hampshire, ENGLAND. (by Sic Itur Ad Astra, via Flickr)
Swallow’s Nest is an ornamental castle built in Yalta, Crimea peninsula, Ukraine, built between 1911-1912 by Russian architect Leonid Sherwood. It lies on the 130foot-high Aurora Cliff, overlooking the Black Sea.