Longleat House in Wiltshire is packed to the rafters with priceless antiques. Look up at the ceilings that Longleat is so famous for - with their ornate paintings and abundance of gilt, made by the firm of John Dibblee Crace in the 1870s and 1880s. Look out for the grisly blood-stained, silk sleeved waistcoat worn by King Charles I at his execution in 1649 that sits in the Great Hall of Longleat House. Distance from Shaftesbury to Warminster is 16 miles.
A Peugeot grand piano. Yesterday. It may seem odd, but at least it's not another bloody anonymous-looking silver hatchback (which we're constantly being told are 'sexy', 'expressive', 'individual', 'head-turning'...).