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This Jacobean house can be found nestled in the shadow of Pendle Hill.
Gawthorpe Hall was built for the Shuttleworth family in 1605, remaining virtually untouched until the mid-19th century, when it was sympathetically remodelled by Sir Charles Barry and AW Pugin.
The house has many original features – ornate plasterwork ceilings, panelling, paintings from the National Portrait Gallery and the internationally renowned Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth textile collection.