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The National Trust Tour of Britain

The National Trust Tour of Britain

The National Trust Tour of Britain

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The National Trust Tour of Britain with Alan Titchmarsh is the book accompanying the Channel 5 second series of 'Secrets of the National Trust'

'The Trust is fortunate to have this amazing diversity of places that are cared for by staff and volunteers who are passionate about what they do. This book provides a glorious selection of what the Trust has to offer, from the finest houses, estates, cottages, gardens and landscapes, to working mills, romantic castles, Neolithic graveyards, and the odd Irish bar. And each one has an exciting story to tell.' - Alan Titchmarsh

Gardening legend Alan Titchmarsh (BBC 'Gardeners' World', ITV 'The Alan Titchmarsh Show' ) introduces a fully illustrated book about the best of Britain, showcasing the best houses, gardens, landscapes, natural history and artistic treasures.

This is an illustrated journey around many of the most beautiful and fascinating places that the National Trust looks after. Whether you are an armchair explorer or you're thinking about your next National Trust visit or holiday, this is a book you will want to have.

The tour starts in the Midlands, then we travel through England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, discovering spectacular and iconic landscapes; perfect beaches, dramatic hills, peaceful wood and precious wildlife reserves.

Explore breath taking and historic properties country houses, castles, cottages, quirky follies and even strange cave houses. Many of them tell fascinating stories and contain remarkable treasures.

From little walled gardens to painstakingly perfect topiary to riotously delightful cottage gardens, all sorts of beautiful gardens and grand masterpieces are discovered. And finally, our most ancient landmarks are visited, including prehistoric standing stones, Saxon burial mounds and 1000- year-old trees.


Introduction by Alan Titchmarsh

Authors: Anna Groves & Sally Palmer

Format: Hardback

Dimensions: 25.4cm x 24cm

Extent: 256 pages

ISBN: 9781911358190


UK Delivery: 3 - 5 working days from £4.95

International Delivery: 7 - 10 working days from £15

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5 stars Beautifully and inspirational Written by

We bought our copy in Newark Park, one of our local favourite destinations this autumn. The book is very well presented, a good source book for more visits and inspiring for my own garden! A lovely read for the long winter months and an excellent gift for anyone who loves our heritage and countryside.

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