Rushlake Green





2 - 3 June 2001


Stone House, the manor house for Rushlake Green, has belonged to the Dunn family for over 500 years. Built in 1432 with an addition in 1778, this glorious house, set on a 1,000 acre estate, is filled with wonderful antique furniture and old English china which is complemented by chintzes and family memorabilia.
excerpt from
Karen Brown's Charming Hotels & Itineraries
England, Wales & Scotland



Rushlake Green Stonehouse Pond

Approaching Stone House
from the green

Rushlake Green Stonehouse Exterior Side Distant


flowering "creepers"

Rushlake Green Stonehouse Exterior Side Closeup



Rushlake Green Stonehouse Gardens Side Rear



Rushlake Green Stonehouse Gardens Side Rear


interior room

Rushlake Green Stonehouse Interior Room




Rushlake Green Stonehouse Interior Room


gardens behind the
house

Rushlake Green Stonehouse Exterior Rear





Rushlake Green Stonehouse Gardens



Rushlake Green Stonehouse Gardens Bumblebee



Rushlake Green Stonehouse Exterior Rear Tree


Rushlake Green "local"

Rushlake Green Local




Rushlake Green Local Closeup


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