Oliver Cromwell House

Oliver Cromwell and his family lived in this fascinating house from 1636 for about ten years, after Oliver inherited the lease from his uncle, Sir Thomas Steward. The house was known as 'The Rectory and Parsonage of the Holy Trinity and St. Mary's called the Sextry…
Distance: 10.3 miles away

Weeting Castle

Ruins of an early C12th defended manor house, built by Hugh de Plais in the 1130's on the site of a C10th settlement. Weeting is one of the earliest inhabited parts of Norfolk, the flint mines at Grimes Graves confirm this. Items of pottery, coins, brooches…
Distance: 14.3 miles away

Anglesey Abbey

The 98 Acre grounds of the abbey provide a wide range of features throughout the year. The garden at Anglesey Abbey can be attributed to the vision of one man, Huttleston Broughton, 1st Lord Fairhaven. He came to Anglesey Abbey in 1926, when the garden was…
Distance: 9.1 miles away

Chilford Hall Vineyard

Chilford Hall is home to the largest vineyard in East Anglia and is one of the region's most respected wine producers, earning numerous awards. Chilford Hall in Cambridgeshire is the perfect place to get away from it all. It has ample car parking, 28 acres of…
Distance: 14.3 miles away

Ickworth House Park and

Unusual Georgian house and landscape park. In 1795 the eccentric 4th Earl of Bristol created this equally eccentric house, with its central rotunda and curved corridors, to display his collections. Paintings by Titian, Gainsborough and Velzquez and a magnificent Georgian silver collection are on display. …
Distance: 10.7 miles away

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