Enjoy a grand entrance at Somerleyton

Enjoy a grand entrance at Somerleyton Hall

With the status of air corridors still changing daily perhaps there is no better time to go out and explore what is on our doorstep here in the UK. And if you (and your guests) want to staycation in true aristocratic English style you may want to consider renting what is considered to be one of the finest Victorian Stately homes in the country.

Located in Suffolk, the exquisite Somerleyton Hall is from the Jacobean period, has beautiful features throughout, sleeps 24 and is available fully staffed.

Rich in wood panelling, tall ceilings and decorative plasterwork the interior here is perfectly geared to making its inhabitants feel like Lord and Lady of the manor. A grand staircase hall, a vestibule, ballroom and winter garden all add to the splendour. A pastiche of styles vary from high Victorian splendour in the chintz ballroom to the dark Jacobean Oak Parlour.

The White Garden

The White Garden was designed by George Carter and another Norfolk garden designer Verity Hanson Smith

Gardens

Outside the gardens are considered one of the finest gardens in East Anglia since the mid-17th century. It features a Nesfield Parterre, a charming sunken white garden designed by George Carter and another Norfolk garden designer Verity Hanson Smith, a sweeping arboretum, a maze and a walled garden,

If you want to live like a Victorian titled personage or your next holiday, then this could be the perfect opportunity.  The cost per night is £7,765 based on 12 guests.

For more details visit the website HERE