Burghley House

Enjoy a visit to the largest and grandest house of the Elizabethan Age. However, Burghley is so much more than a house, it offers a unique glimpse of the way great houses have been furnished and inhabited from the time of Queen Elizabeth I to the present day.

Burghley was built between 1555 and 1587 by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Elizabeth I, and remains a Tudor house at heart. Its original soaring Tudor kitchen provides a breathtaking start on a tour through 18 state rooms.

Take a walk around the Gardens of Surprise which feature two complementary gardens side by side. The Garden of Surprises was opened in 2007 and it a classically designed but modern garden, hidden inside a two metre high yew hedge, and is an experience that will delight the senses. Leading from this is the ever popular contemporary Sculpture Garden.

Throughout your visit the Orangery Restaurant and Garden Cafe can provide for all your catering needs.

Burghley House is situated on the outskirts of Stamford and is about a half hour drive from Low Farm.

Burghley House is a member of the Hidden England Group of Historic Houses and Castles. For more information see our links page.

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Low Farm - Touring & Camping Park
Spring Lane, Folkingham, Sleaford, Lincolnshire. NG34 0SJ
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