Proud to be partnered with The Treasure Houses of England

Proud to be partnered with The Treasure Houses of England


Being part of Classic British Hotels, we are one of over 70 hotels exclusively partnered with the Treasure Houses of England.

Park Farm Hotel is lucky enough to have Holkham Hall located only a short distance away.

"Holkham Hall is privately owned and a lived-in family home. As well as Viscount Coke and his family, two other families live here throughout the year and although the house is closed to the public in the winter, it is never empty or idle. Its library, statues, paintings and furniture are a major source for academic research. Holkham has loaned paintings, furniture and manuscripts to galleries and museums in Italy, Germany, England, Japan and America."


There are Classic British Hotels in many of Britain's favourite destinations - from The Cotswolds to The Lake District; Yorkshire to The Highlands of Scotland; the South Coast to Snowdonia.

Visit Classic British Hotels and discover...

   - Exclusive Treasure Houses packages with tickets included
   - Superior quality hotel accommodation
   - Award-winning dining featuring fresh, local ingredients
   - Luxury spa experiences at top spa hotels
   - Health clubs with indoor pools & hi-tech gymnasiums
   - Championship golf courses at top golfing hotels

With many hotels throughout the UK, visit us at for unique and exclusive offers and discover England’s Finest with the Treasure Houses of England and Classic British Hotels.


The Treasure Houses of England are ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England today. Each has its own unique charm and all combine together to give a fascinating insight into life in England over the centuries.

One of the most compelling features of the Treasure Houses of England is that they all offer the visitor a living history. Most are still homes to the great families who have owned them for generations. Others keep their heritage alive by re-creating scenes and events that have dominated and shaped England from the 9th century to the present day.

Between them they house some of the most important art collections in the world with famous works from artists such as Van Dyck and Gainsborough. The connoisseur of fine furniture, porcelain and china will find priceless examples of Chippendale, Wedgwood and Meissen.

Each House is an architectural masterpiece surrounded by beautiful parklands and gardens. Visit each of the Treasure Houses of England to fully appreciate their own individualities.

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