Open Doors to the Handsome Homes of Lakeland

May 2015
British Heritage;May2015, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p38
The article focuses on the historic homes within England's Lake District. The author examines the history of the region, explores the architecture style known as Victorian Arts-and-Crafts, and discusses several homes, including the home of Victorian critic John Ruskin known as Brantwood, the hunting lodge of the fifth Earl of Lonsdale known as Holbeck Ghyll, and Sharrow Bay Hotel on Ullswater Lake, which was a favorite of poet William Wordsworth.


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