I own a book called: 'Treasures of Britain' which I got from my brother-and sister in law once for a birthday. It's full of beautiful country houses or places to visit in Britain. They are Anglophiles just like I am. So I thought as a new topic each Thursday I'd put a new place to visit or long for (or put on bucket list) here on my blog.
This week; Holkham Hall, Norfolk a Palladian palace designed for Thomas Coke, first Earl of Leicester by William Kent, who was responsible for the interior and much or the furniture.
Upon close review, Holkham Hall might look familiar to you. The 2008 film, The Duchess, was set on location here. The Great Hall in particular was the setting for many of Georgina’s emotional interludes, including her argument with Charles Grey after she’s returned from their love affair in Bath.