Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire
A romantic, fairytale Victorian Castle built in 1807, with colourful Pugin gothic revival interior . The property boasts a spacious Great Hall with high ceiling and decorative features and artefacts. The castle-style property sits on a moat and has extensive grounds and parklands surrounding the property. Located in Herefordshire, England.
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