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Norfolk’s history of wealthy landowners means a legacy of magnificent stately homes that are open to the public! From Tudor mansions to Georgian palaces, East Anglia is blessed with some of the country’s grandest stately homes and places to visit.


  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Admission into Audley End House & Gardens
  • Fellbrigg Hall & Gardens
  • Sandringham Estate
  • Visits to Cromer & Norwich


Day 1 – We visit Audley End House and Gardens. Explore this impressive Jacobean mansion, which was once one of the largest and most opulent houses in Jacobean England. Admire the interiors and discover the history of Audley End, wander the impressive great hall, magnificent state apartments, intimate dressing rooms, libraries and 18th century gothic‐style chapel.

Day 2 – After breakfast we travel to Norwich. As well as being the most complete medieval city in the UK. Its centre is easy to walk around and is home to many independent retailers and cafés that you can enjoy. Later, this afternoon we travel to Somerleyton Hall and Gardens, one of the finest Victorian Stately homes in England. Although its history dates back to the Viking invasion of East Anglia, this opulent hall is largely the world of two great Victorians: the sculptor and architect.

Day 3 – Enjoy a day at leisure.

Day 4 – After a leisurely breakfast we travel to Fellbrigg Hall & Gardens, one of the most elegant country houses in East Anglia. Fellbrigg Hall is a place of surprises and delights, a mixture of opulence and homeliness where each room has something to feed the imagination, from the stained glass windows in the great hall to the nodding mandarins in the Chinese bedroom. After some free time, we visit Cromer where we will spend the rest of the day. This traditional seaside resort is well known for its pier, which has a lifeboat station and Pavilion Theatre.


Day 5 – This morning we visit Sandringham Estate, the much‐loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. Set in 24 hectares of stunning gardens, the house is perhaps the most famous stately home in Norfolk. After some free time, we retrace our footsteps back to the East Midlands.

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09 Sep 2019NEW Exploring elegant stateley homes of East AngliaHotel To Be Advised 5 days £339.00 Book Now