Norfolk offers a wealth of historic houses and National Trust properties each rich in history and unique architecture.
So much to explore, with the Queen’s home just down the road and homes of both the Earl of Leicester and Marquess of Cholmondely nearby all steeped in history and some in politics.
Set in 24 hectares of stunning gardens, this stately home is the most famous being the Norfolk home of H.R.H The Queen. There is plenty to see around the estate with beautiful gardens, Museum, parish church and tea rooms.
Surrounded by parkland on the North Norfolk coast is the home beautiful home of the Earl of Leicester, Holkham Hall. There is much to see and do here, a nature reserve and walled garden or you can hire a bike to explore all the estate.
Currently the home of 7th Marquess of Cholmondely, Houghton Hall was originally built for the first British Prime Minister. With an award winning Walled Garden and the host of many exhibitions and events there is always plenty to see.
Nobody ever forgets their first sight of Blickling Hall. The stunning red brick mansion and ancient yew trees sit at the heart of magnificent gardens on this National Trust property.
A 17th century English country house located 10 miles from Cromer. An unaltered house, noted for its Jacobean architecture and fine Georgian interior.