Longleat House is a magnificent instance of high Elizabethan architecture that is constructed in an expanse of 900 acres. The house has been a property of the Thynne family ever since 1540. Besides this, the complex is inclusive of 8000 acres of farmland, woodland as well as lakes.

This site was open to public by Late Lord Bath in the year 1948, to meet up the expenses of the preservation of the ancestral property. Throughout the year, special events are conducted for the visitors to experience the delight of Longleat. On special days, the Chatells Rooms are opened for public with not more than 12 visitors allowed for a span of an hour.

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