In the small village of Lacock in Wiltshire, sits the National Trust location, Lacock Abbey.  Originally built in the 13th century as a nunnery, and turned into a private residence in the 16th century, Lacock Abbey has quite a history to it.  In fact, it is considered the birthplace of photography, as William Henry, Read More

Sitting atop a hill overlooking the village of Corfe Castle, is the castle of Corfe Castle.  Now a crumbled ruin of its former self, Corfe Castle was built way back in the 11th century, and survived through centuries of harsh weather and military sieges, until it finally fell during a siege in 1645; when, Read More