Houghton West Lodge stands by a grassy track, set back from a country road and surrounded by woods and wildlife.
Within a very short distance of Houghton West Lodge, there is a wealth of historical places of interest. Houghton West Lodge resides on the grounds of Houghton Hall, built by Britain's first Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole.
Just 30 minutes in the car from Houghton is Sandringham Estate, the private home to four generations of British monarchs since 1862.
Castle Rising Castle is one of the best preserved and lavishly decorated keeps in England, dating back to 1138.
Visit Bircham Windmill, where on windy days you can see it in full working action.
The Norfolk parish of Sedgeford is home to the Historical and Archaeological Research project, where you can participate in their ongoing investigation and have a go yourself.
The Lynn Museum, Holkham Hall and the Swaffham Museum are all within around 15 miles of Houghton West Lodge. You can get 25% off entry at Holkham Hall, and free entry to the Lynn Museum and Swaffham Museum, with a National Art Pass, which enables its members to enjoy free entry to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses throughout the UK as well as 50% off entry to major exhibitions.
The pass is presented by one of Landmark's partners, the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art, which has been supporting museums and galleries for over 110 years by helping them to buy and display great works of art for everyone to enjoy. Income raised through the National Art Pass goes straight back into their charitable programme. Find more about it at artfund.org/national-art-pass.
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Houghton West Lodge