Down into Cornwall, in the south of England now, where in years past houses needed to be fortified. The picture shows a large country Manor house from the 16th century, which looks like a castle. Whilst it goes by the name of Compton Castle, it is not actually one. Owned by one family since 1539, the Gilbert family, who still live there, the property is now run by the National Trust. This is a charity who look after buildings and areas of interest in the UK. Visitors are advised to take out a membership as this will save them a small fortune in admission fees.

The Magnette? That is in the car park behind the photographer.