An ancient but quaint example of English countryside cottages in Lower Slaughter beside a river canal.
Old English countryside cottages and houses have stood the test of time. Crafted from old proven materials like stone, rock, and brick they were built often with spaciousness and decoration in mind, and hence why they are still just as desirable today as they probably were back in the day when they were built.
The English countryside is still the heart of life and culture for the British. Despite the fact that most Britons now reside in Cities and towns, there still remains for many of these people, the feeling that a countryside cottage offers something of an idyllic lifestyle and place where it is still possible to have a relaxed lifestyle. The weekends and holidays often see many Britons heading to their beautiful, diverse, and often easily accessible countrysides for some rest and relaxation.
Many parts of the British countryside offer areas full of historic sites, pretty villages, monuments, memorials, protected areas, pubs with tables in the garden, a true part of what still makes England what it is. We think you’ll enjoy this gallery of beautiful classical and traditional style English countryside houses. Perhaps you’ll even make a decision to take your very own tour there one day.