This splendid Abbey Ruin in Cambridgeshire, seen in full above and in detail below, really proves the point. The Ruined Bell Tower in the centre complete with Standard Gothic Arch and buttresses is flanked by wings featuring our Gothic Windows on the left and single and triple Gothic Arch Windows on the right.
Here are a couple of examples of how a much smaller Folly can still add that all important structure and look great when the snow comes. Above is our Corner Folly and that is our double light Tracery Window facing you.
On a similar theme here is one of our very best sellers, The Corner Arch Ruin. The Standard Gothic Arch, Tracery Windows, Quoins & Parapet are a staple of many of our Follies and Ruins.
Another lovely Wintry scene, this time in Worcestershire.
No snow here but the Studio, Gateway and Ruined Bell Tower look magnificent, beautifully lit under the night sky.
An almost never ending Cloister and a version of our Buttressed Castle Ruin surround this formal pond setting near Salzburg, Austria.
For the moment it escapes me where this enchanted setting with Gothic Arch and Trefoil Windows in the distance is, but hopefully someone will let me know before too long.
Our imposing Manor House Gate Piers form the entrance to what must be the best new Tipi Wedding Venue out there. We were proud to work on the Royle Forest project and there is more within, a Quatrefoil Ruin entrance to the forest walkway and the Wedding Chapel centrepiece.