Tintagel Old Post Office In Cornwall, United Kingdom

The Tintagel Old Post Office is a 14th-century stone medieval manor house, situated in Tintagel, Cornwall, in the United Kingdom. And yes, it was actually a post office at one point in its long existence. The Grade I listed house, and its surrounding cottage garden, are under the care and ownership of the UK National... Continue Reading →

The Oldest Medieval House in Eastbourne, UK

This place has the distinction of being the oldest medieval house in Eastbourne, UK. The timber-framed dwelling named "Pilgrims" is in fact the oldest surviving home in the region. The decor dances back through the decades - nay, the centuries! With four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and four reception rooms, it is not a tiny village... Continue Reading →

Lloyd’s Signal Station In Cornwall, United Kingdom

Located on the high cliffs of Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula, is this one-of-a-kind maritime gem. Long known as Lloyd's Signal Station, you can now rent this historic and iconic building that once provided safe navigation to passing ships. The vacation rental sleeps six guests and even accepts dogs! A┬ásignal station is similar to a lighthouse; it... Continue Reading →

Old Bath House In England Converted to Funky Family Home

Have a look at this utterly unique dwelling - a historic bath house converted into a hilariously fun family home! The Bath House is located in the town of St. Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex, England. And it's for sale! Dating back to 1864, the oldest part of this building was originally the "Turkish Bath Company Saint... Continue Reading →

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