Montacute House

An example of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture, the house was completed in 1601 and was built for Sir Edward Phelips, a prosecutor during the trial of the men behind the gunpowder plot.

The Long Gallery is the longest of its kind in England and houses over 60 portraits from the National Portrait Gallery.

It has made appearances in Sense and Sensibility and The Libertine as well was the TV adaptation of Wolf Hall.