Osborne House


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Osborne House

(ˈɒzˌbɔːn)
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(Named Buildings) a house near Cowes on the Isle of Wight: the favourite residence of Queen Victoria, who died there; now a convalescent home
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Farmer Colin Boswell at the garlic farm, Newchurch Stunning Carisbrooke Castle, on the Isle of Wight Royal retreat - Queen Victoria's favourite home, Osborne House, on the Isle of Wight
On which island is Osborne House, home to Queen Victoria?
No holiday is complete without a visit to Queen Victoria's favourite seaside home, Osborne House, given to the nation by King Edward VII.
DBH bought Belasis Business Centre from North-west businessmen John Fifield and Patrick Holme, of Osborne House Investments, for a sum believed to be around pounds 2m.
Frieda discusses the arrangements of Osborne House and Balmoral Castle, the life of London's streets, the rigours of travel, the pantomime, the Crystal Palace, the excitement of the royal visit to Napoleon III's France, English roads and trains and the beauties of the Highlands which greatly moved her Romantic soul.
Address : 3rd Floor Osborne Terrace, Osborne House,
Currently remaining is the glorious six bedroom Highgrove House and the stunning five bedroom detached show home, Osborne House - both of which have many distinctive features.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were so enamoured with the island that they built a holiday home and called it Osborne House.
Newcastle-based Crown Care is set to open Osborne House in Selby before Christmas, a 74-bed centre providing a clinically-led physical and psychological recovery programme for adults with complex care needs.
When the monarch and husband Prince Albert built Osborne House on the Isle of Wight in the mid 19th century, they bought the nearby beach for their exclusive use.
During the raid on April 6 this year he stole two laptop computers and the keys to a VW Polo, which was parked on the driveway of the house situated in Osborne House.
Julian Orti, Argentinian wine expert; Patricia Cain Right: Posy and Graeme McDonald, Osborne House, Oxhill Left: Sonia Moiseef, Jeff Loomes