Holkham Hall and Estate

Holkham Hall holds a special appeal to us and the Estate has lots to see and do throughout the whole year. Exploring the many marked walks around the park and seeing some impressive landmarks such as the obelisk and the Hall, alongside other intriguing buildings like the old icehouse and the impressive Walled Gardens.

Nestled within 25,000 acres of rolling parkland, Holkham Hall is an 18th-century Palladian style house, based on designs by William Kent and built by Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester. The current Earl and his family take great pride in opening their doors and sharing the treasures within.

You’ll find the Marble Hall a truly breath-taking introduction to your visit, with its impressive 50ft dome ceiling and elegant walls of English alabaster – not marble as the name suggests! To explore further afield, bicycles can be hired from the cycle hire centre and canoes, kayaks or rowing boats can be hired on the big lake.

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Hunters B&B North Norfolk

The Old Stable

Two luxury double en-suite bedrooms No detail is overlooked at this charming and upscale place to stay with two luxury double en-suite bedrooms. Due to guests’ demand we have created this opportunity to book our two rooms of Truffle and Crumble together in one stress-free package. You will have the seclusion of Millie’s Garden and

Hunters B&B North Norfolk

Crumble

A double bedroom that has access to a small, private garden that is shared with the neighbouring bedroom called Millie’s Garden. Crumble has a window view into the garden and has its own its own internal entrance door via the stable’s curved hallway.