Holkham Hall


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Holkham Hall

(ˈhəʊkəm; ˈhɒlkəm)
n
(Named Buildings) a Palladian mansion near Wells in Norfolk: built 1734–59 by William Kent for Thomas Coke
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Beautiful Holkham Hall is a glorious stately home, which has a deer park, beach, hotel and pub – and the occasional big–name open–air concert.
3), Raynham Hall, Devonshire House, Holkham Hall and Rousham House.
You can walk for miles in either direction from the car park on Lady Anne's Drive (opposite Holkham Hall off the A149), but take a right through the pine forests on to the beach and a two-and-a-half mile walk takes you along the sands to Wells-next-the-Sea, where you can get possibly the finest fish and chips in the east from either French's or Platten's.
The Crown Prince will open the wind farm at an official ceremony at historic Holkham Hall in North Norfolk with support from UK secretary of state for energy and climate change Edward Davey, Norwegian petroleum and energy minister Ola Borten Moe, Norwegian trade and industry minister Trond Giske, and the owners' presidents and CEO's Helge Lund (Statoil) and Christian Rynning-TE[sup.
If you want to keep sand out of your sarnies, head for nearby Holkham Hall and treat yourself to tea and home-made cakes in the Rose Garden Cafe.
Other venues on the tour include Croome Park in Worcestershire, Holkham Hall in Norfolk, and Scone Palace in Perthshire where it will come to a close.
Treasure Houses of Britain: Tour Five of England's Grandest Houses lives up to its title with a lavish, high-definition video showcase of Burghley House, Chatsworth, Blenheim Palace, Holkham Hall, and Boughton House.
WHERE TO STAY: The Victoria Hotel on Holkham Estate is a few minutes' stroll from away from Holkham beach and a mile from the magnificent Palladian mansion of Holkham Hall.
Besides the village, the parish includes the major stately home Holkham Hall, and an attractive beach at Holkham Gap.
It perfectly captures the pomp and pageantry of mid-18th-century high society in all its glory, shooting on location in the picturesque surroundings of Somerset House in London and Holkham Hall in Norfolk.
Several locations were used to recreate their lavish homes including Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire, Holkham Hall in Norfolk, Osterley Park, Somerset House in London and Chatsworth, the ancestral home of the Devonshires, where the current Duke and Duchess still live.