A most interesting house, occupied and developed by the Brudenell family since 1514, from a mediaeval manor around a courtyard into a Tudor and Georgian mansion.
Boughton is one of Britain’s grandest and best-preserved stately homes. As well as the splendours of the House, you can also enjoy the 18th-century landscaped gardens, the woodlands and a grand country park.
Kelmarsh Hall is a Grade I listed country house built in 1732. The Kelmarsh Estate is now in the care of a charitable trust, charged with maintaining it in perpetuity for the benefit of the nation.
This remarkable castle, built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, has been a family’s home for 450 years.
Rutland Water where you can find a variety of attractions such as the Visitor Centre, shops, cafes and restaurants. Enjoy the countryside or take part in something more active such as cycling around the reservoir.
Welland Viaduct, also known as Harringworth Viaduct and Seaton Viaduct, is a railway viaduct which crosses the valley of the River Welland in Rutland.
One of the UK’s newest major racing circuits, a location for a round of the British Superbike Championship, corporate and private driving days.
A delightful triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham. It is a testament to Tresham’s Roman Catholicism:the number 3, symbolising the Holy Trinity, is apparent everywhere.
Set in the Welland Valley with spectacular views over the surrounding picturesque countryside. The course is 18 holes par 71 of 6175 yards.