This impressive English Heritage Jacobean house was built by Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk to entertain King James I. It's one of England’s most magnificent stately homes.
Enjoy over 30 lavishly decorated rooms interiors by Robert Adam and a wonderful collection of paintings and furnishings. Explore the beautiful Elysian garden, 19th century parterre with its elaborate floral displays and the organic Kitchen Garden. Visit the stable yard and say hello to the resident horses in the stable block and hear the story of the estate at work and play. There are regular riding displays. The original tack house and Audley’s Victorian fire engine bring to life the history of the workers who kept this huge estate running.
And now you can even explore the new nursery suite, the private domain of the 3rd Lord Braybrooke's eight children and their entourage of nursemaids and governesses. The rooms have been recreated as they were in the 1830s. Plus the unique coal gallery which provided warmth and hot water to the mansion's upper floors.