Hidden England represents an area that is not always visited by groups. We want to share this secret place with you as it offers the visitor five of the most unique historic houses and castles, many of them still lived in by the families who built them hundreds of years ago.
Rockingham Castle was a royal fortress as well as a family home, whilst Belvoir Castle is home to the Duke & Duchess of Rutland. Burghley House is the grandest house of the first Elizabethan Age, Belton House is the crowning achievement of restoration country house architecture and Grimsthorpe Castle boasts Sir John Vanbrugh's last major work.
London, Yorkshire, East and West Midlands are all within easy reach for day visits and those from further afield can take advantage of the quality hotels in the Hidden England brochure.
Close to the A1, all of these magnificent heritage sites are within an hours drive of one another, and offer a thousand years of history in tranquil parklands and ornate gardens.
We look forward to welcoming you to the hidden delights of this less well known area of the country.
Visit : www.hiddenengland.org
Links to the individual castles or stateley homes Websites can be found on our Links/Resources section a list of direct email addresses can be found below: