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A Glimpse into the Life of the British Upper Class

In the dining room at Oxbufgh Hall, the walls are covered with gilded leather Dining room at Oxburgh Hall, the home of Henry and Mary Bedingfield The hall at Oxburg Hall with a portrait of the mother of Henry Bedingfield, the present owner The living room at Oxburg Hall Oxburg Hall in King's Lynn, Norfolk, is surrounded by a moat Henry Bedingfield, the noble resident of Oxburgh Hall in King's Lynn, Norfolk Panoramic view of the grounds at Holkham Hall and Estate Tapestry clad walls decorate the bathroom in one of the guestrooms at Holkham Hall The 'Parrot Room', one of the guestrooms at Holkham Hall A glimpse at the saloon at Holkham Hall The 'Statue Gallery' housing classical Roman statues dating from the first through the third centuries at Holkham Hall The 'Statue Gallery' with classical Roman statues at Holkham Hall Queen Elizabeth II was and still is visiting Holkham Hall The long library at Holkham Hall runs the full length of the south-west wing Holkham Hall is so large that Viscount Thomas Coke, it's owner, still hasn't seen all of the rooms Detail of Holkham Hall, the home of Viscount Tom Coke and his wife Polly One of the rooms at Holkham Hall leading to the entrance, the 'Marble' Hall Detail of a room in Holkham Hall The impressive 'Marble' Hall at Holkham Hall. The chief building fabric is in fact Derbyshire alabaster Fireplace at Holkham Hall Guestroom at Holkham Hall A view at the garden from Sennowe Park One of the guest rooms Sennowe Park Today Sennowe Park is very much lived in and the family home of descendants of famous Thomas Cook The hall Sennowe Park Detail of the dining hall at Sennowe Park with stuffed animals, a trend in Victorian times The staircase at Sennowe Park, with handpainted wall decorations, featuring the former residents of the house One of the living rooms at Sennowe Park where the lady of the house is working on a new fabric scheme Our host Veronica Joly de Lotbiniere walking in the gardens of Sennowe Park Virginia Temple-Richards, owner of Sennowe Park Sennowe Park is one of Norfolk's finest Edwardian country houses Stately hall at Belvoir Castle One of the guest rooms at Belvoir Castle where the movie 'The Young Victoria' was filmed Handpainted wallpaper decorate one of the guest rooms at Belvoir Castle State room at Belvoir Castle The hilltop setting of Belvoir Castle, one of the least known great houses in Britain Somerleyton Hall is one the the best examples of a Tudor-Jacobean mansion in England Roses and statues adorn the winter garden at Somerleyton Hall Detail of the fireplace in Somerleyton's entrance hall clad in richly carved oak Entrance hall and staircase at Somerleyton Hall One of the guest rooms at Somerleyton Hall Private sitting room at Somerleyton Hall The library at Somerleyton Hall is currently used as a family sitting room Somerleyton Estate's owner, the Honourable Hugh Crossley Somerleyton Hall's kitchen is designed by its present owner, Hugh Crossley The kitchen leads to a passage with a drawing of one of Hugh Crossley's sisters at Somerleyton Hall The entrance hall at Somerleyton features polar bears and a dollshouse Lara and Hugh Crossley, present owners of Somerleyton Estate Private sitting room at Somerleyton Hall The present owner of Glemham Hall Estate, Major Philip Hope-Cobbold and his wife Raewyn The impressive staircase at Glemham Hall with its owner Major Philip Hope-Cobbold One of the rooms at Glemham Hall The 'Grey Room' at Glemham Hall Dressing table in the 'Grey Room' at Glemham Hall One of the stately guest rooms at Glemham Hall Detail of one of the guest rooms at Glemham Hall Guest room where the nanny of Glemham Hall used to live Detail in one of the rooms at Glemham Hall Glemham Hall is an elegant red brick Elizabethan mansion Garden at Somerleyton Estate

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