My grandmothers house (A WW2 air control tower in the Cotswolds, England). Only ten minutes drive from the main road but with the surrounding forest feels totally isolated and more than a little spooky in the tower. I grew up in the upper level of the tower but now wouldn’t even consider staying overnight. @sixpenceee your kind of place?
Some of the great medieval cathedrals of the south and south west of England - the inspiration for Ken Follett’s ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ (1989). Left to right, top to bottom: Winchester Cathedral exterior, medieval floor tiles inside Winchester Cathedral, Gloucester Cathedral exterior, the cloisters at Gloucester Cathedral, Salisbury Cathedral in the morning mist, the chapter house at Salisbury Cathedral, Wells Cathedral exterior and Wells Cathedral interior.
Broadway Tower is an 18th century folly built upon the highest point in the Cotswolds. In later times, William Morris dwelt there, and the tower is decorated with his wallpapers to this day. Broadway Tower by Richard on flickr