Oxburgh Hall Estate

Friday, December 06, 2013

Oxburgh Hall

A couple of weeks ago we headed to Oxburgh Hall in the village of Oxborough (isn't that confusing?) on a free entry to the estate weekend. Over the winter the Hall is not open to the public but the grounds are so I thought as it was completely free and the weather was favourable it would be a good chance to take a walk with my camera.

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Having never visited before I didn’t really know anything about the Hall itself. It looks like a lovely building and I’m pretty keen to make a return next year to have a snoop around the inside – I do love to get inside National Trust properties. Blickling Estate and Felbrigg Hall were great to visit earlier this year.

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The planted gardens were looking good, especially for this time of year so I imagine come summer they really sing.

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This sight made the cutest picture in my opinion, who could fail to be invited over the stile?

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This tree did creep me out a tad, it looks like the Sleepy Hollow tree

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Plenty of pretty autumn colours and a rather good spot for some outfit pictures too.

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I’m looking forward to my next visit!

Sophie

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7 comments

  1. I love visiting historical country properties to. This is my idea of a perfect day out.

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  2. Looks lovely. When I visit places like this it's always the areas off limits and rooms behind locked doors that really intrigue me! You definitely need to revisit when the house is open.

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  3. That walk looks like something out of Sleepy Hollow!! Were you by yourself? Love a good big ol' building!!

    Katie <3

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  4. I've been there! Tis lovely inside - loads of historical documents signed by royalty and suchlike. Definitely worth going back next year :)

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  5. What a magical place, it looks stunning. I do love a good national trust property.

    X x

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  6. What a wonderful place for a wander around - I love old houses of that period with the stone wall gardens, they seem so magical and always remind me of the Secret Garden!

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