We broke up a trip to Wakefield in 2010 with a few stops at National Trust properties in Warwickshire, the first of those being the English Tudor country house of Coughton Court. We were there for a little under an hour but that gave us enough time to take a look around the house, have a little walk through its gardens, and even take a trip onto the roof of one of the buildings and view the surrounding countryside. Needless to say but this provided ample opportunity to take some photos of the Tudor country house and encompassing landscape too. We started with a casual wander outside the main building.

From there we ventured inside and up onto the roof of Coughton Court which afforded us lovely views and photographic opportunities of the Warwickshire countryside in all directions.

We finished our fleeting visit to the pleasant country house by coming back down through the main house then taking a short walk into some of the nearby woodland and garden areas surrounding it.


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