Blickling Estate, Norfolk
A special and luxurious escape with lots of original features on the historical Blickling Estate in the heart of the Norfolk countryside.
A holiday at The Tower really is something special. Formerly the Earl of Buckinghamshire’s race stand, this luxurious accommodation now boasts a roof terrace and your very own Rapunzel tower.
In keeping with its fine period style, original features such as the large arched windows and quirky spiralling staircase are complimented by an elegant décor.
It’s advised that the property is not suitable for children under the age of 6 due to the twin bedroom being on a different floor to the master bedroom and access to both being via the spiral stairwell.
The Tower is set on the Blickling parklands, views stretch across rolling fields, woodlands and out towards the coast. There are walking and cycling trails to explore and local ales to be sampled in the estate’s country pub, The Buckinghamshire Arms.
Beyond the estate walls, the sandy beaches and cliff top paths of the Norfolk coast are within 20 minute drive. Blakeney Point Nature Reserve is 20 miles away. The Georgian market town of Aylsham can be reached within a 30 minute walk or five minute drive.
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A truly unique and historic place to stay on the edge of the Blicking Estate.
Amamzing views from your very own, private roof terrace.
Blickling Hall is a stately home which is part of the Blickling estate. It is located in the village of Blickling north of Aylsham and has been in the care of the National Trust since 1940. The story of the estate unfolds over a thousand years. The landscape with its hedges and narrow tree-lined lanes has changed little over the centuries and is quintessentially Norfolk.
Blickling’s owners have used the estate as a place of quiet refuge, while playing their part on the world’s political stage. Philip Kerr, 11th Marquis of Lothian, left this estate to the National Trust in 1940, and he’s vital to its story. Without him, it’s unlikely that Blickling would still be around for you to explore.
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