Located on the border between Herefordshire and Worcestershire, Lower Brockhampton is a romantic medieval moated manor house. The timber-framed property is owned by the National Trust and was built between about 1380 and 1400. It has a wonderfully photogenic crooked gatehouse bridging the moat and a ruined Norman chapel. Inside the 14th Century great hall, you can see the massive timbers supporting the roof which were harvested locally. The Lower Brockhampton Estate is traditionally farmed and there are woodland walks and a sculpture trail in the grounds.