Historic Houses in Norfolk
Norfolk has some magnificent private and National Trust owned stately homes that are open to the public to explore both their grounds and interiors. A great way to spend a rainy day or to enjoy the sunny splendour of these magnificent buildings.
Built for England’s first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of the finest Palladian Mansions in England. With lavish interiors and beautiful grounds and parkland containing many rare deer species this is a must visit for guests given Fring’s proximity of only 4 miles.
The Royal Family’s private country house and open to the public to explore. With over 60 acres of gardens and lots for visitors to see and do including cafes and a museum, it is a day’s worth of fun.
The Holkham estate is the region’s premier attraction. With its sprawling Pallandian Hall and parkland extending to 3,000 acres it is a breathtaking sight. Along with its walled gardens, private coastline, pub, shops and play areas, guests can have a tour of the hall and learn about the origins of modern farming.
Oxburgh Hall is an ancient moated house that holds many secrets and tells many stories of its long and complex history. Run by the National Trust guests can view the Mortlake tapestries and explore the gardens and Catholic Chapel.
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