Castellated manor house set in extensive parkland
Croft Castle is an imposing country house containing fine Georgian interiors and furniture, and with family connections dating back to the Norman Conquest. There are restored walled gardens and a park with a magnificent avenue of ancient Spanish chestnuts and panoramas across the once turbulent border country. The Iron Age hill-fort at nearby Croft Ambrey commands views over 14 of the old counties
Name and credits for images of Croft Castle
Description of image - A view down the length of the recently planted Lime Avenue.
Credit for photograph: Rupert Truman
Copyright: ©NTPL/Rupert Truman
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