Hatfield House is the home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and their family. It was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury, who was one of Elizabeth I’s most important advisors. Cecil used material from the Old Palace, part of which is still standing today, to build the present house.
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GLORIOUS GARDENS SPRING TO LIFE AT THE TREASURE HOUSES OF ENGLAND

At Beaulieu the Palace House Wilderness Garden is carpeted with a colourful mass of spring flowers including crocuses and fritillaries. Masses of … Continued

EASTER TREATS ON OFFER AT THE TREASURE HOUSES OF ENGLAND

THE is a consortium of the country’s most iconic houses, palaces and castles including; Beaulieu, Blenheim Palace, Burghley, Castle Howard, … Continued
Christmas at Holkham

Christmas Comes to the Treasure Houses of England

Magical yuletide markets, grottos, light shows and craft workshops will be on offer at the Treasure Houses of England – … Continued

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