Historic Houses in or near Wells-next-the-Sea

The attractive town of Wells-next-the-Sea is on the Norfolk coast and has a variety of things to do and see. The quay is popular with children for crab fishing and also has a miniature steam railway. There is a beautiful sandy beach with pine trees and sand dunes. The coast has many footpaths and is very popular with walkers and there is a path inland for cyclists. Historic Houses in or near Wells-next-the-Sea Holkham Hall and Felbrigg Hall, Gardens & Estate are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Wells-next-the-Sea
2.0 miles from the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea
Amidst acres of gorgeous parkland, Holkham Hall is unique with stunning architecture, amazing art, original furniture and classical statuary. This 18th-century Palladian house is an enticing treasure trove and, above all, still very much a lived-in family home.
17.5 miles from the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea
Discover the beautiful Felbrigg Hall in the heart of East Anglia Felbrigg Hall is one of the finest 17th century houses in East Anglia, with its original 18th century collection of furniture, mainly English and French, and one of the largest collections of Grand Tour paintings by a single artist. The outstanding library, with Gothic bookcases, has a collection of leather bound books. The restored Walled Garden has a working dovecote and the National Collection of Colchicums. The orange...
18.6 miles from the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea
Discover a fantastic day out at Blickling Estate Blicking Hall hosts an exciting range of stunning landscaped gardens, peaceful parterres and imposing Jacobean mansion, to create a lovely day out. Explore the sixteen rooms of this house (which has been called home by everyone from the Boleyn family to the RAF) including the lovely Long Gallery which has one of the most important book collections in the country. The National Trust has also put on an excellent display of how life was abov...
1 result slightly further afield
28.5 miles from the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea
Discover the romantic moated manor house, Oxburgh Hall Oxburgh Hall is a moated manor house with a magnificent Tudor gatehouse, built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family, who still live there today. The rooms show how the house developed over the years from medieval to Victorian comfort, and include an outstanding display of embroidery by Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick. The Kings Room is panelled and hung with tapestries and in a corner is an accessible priest´s hole. There are ...
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