4. Chedworth Roman Villa, Gloucestershire
This site boasts a number of amazing mosaics. It is one of the largest villas of this type in England. This site is controlled by National Trust and it dates back to 120 AD. It was completely remodelled in 310 AD, and was transformed into a dwelling for the elite. There is a large dining room with a beautiful mosaic floor. There are also two separate bathing suites. The entire west wing was heated and furnished. This villa was discovered in 1864 and was acquired by the National Trust in 1924. It is believed this was a private homestead that was the home of a very wealthy Romano-Briton.