Stanford Hall, Leicestershire
An Earl of is the rank given but no stately home is there whereas the Earl comes with the stately home.
The stately home was on an area on flat land. :D
Instead of walking through a stately home on your own, on a guided tour you would join a small group that is lead by an employee guide of the stately home. The guide points out special features and gives a commentary of the history of the stately home and the families that have lived there through the centuries.
England is part of Great Britain along with Scotland and Wales.
a castle or a stately home
Castle, stately home, mansion, country house, manor, and so on.
The island of Great Britain is home to 60.8 million people. Some notable residents include queen Elizabeth II and her photogenic great-grandson George.
The word meaning "a large stately home" is spelt castle.
If you are referring to a noun meaning stately home, this is spelt mansion.
A stadium A hall A skyscraper A tower block A barn A stately home.
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Ronald Roy Nelson has written: 'The Home Office, 1782-1801' -- subject(s): Great Britain, Great Britain Home Dept, Great Britain. Home Office 'The Soviet concepts of peace, peaceful coexistence, and detente' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Peace, Quotations, maxims, Russian Quotations, World politics
A Queen would commonly live in a Royal Palace, Castle or Stately home.
Joel H. Wiener has written: 'Great Britain, the lion at home' -- subject(s): Sources, Great Britain, History
It means going back home to England/Great Britain hence 'Blighty' :)
E. D. Barclay has written: 'The history of the 45th Warwickshire (B'ham) Battalion Home Guard' -- subject(s): Great Britain, Great Britain. Army. Home Guard. 45th Warwickshire (B'ham) Battalion
It returns home to Great Britain, where the competition started.