Sennowe Park

Large Victorian country house with magnificent orangery and copper-topped tower.

Guist, Norfolk, NR20 5PB

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Sennowe Park is one of Norfolk’s most romantic and impressive large Edwardian country houses set in sweeping parkland. It was built to a grand design by Thomas Albert Cook, grandson of Thomas Cook, the inventor of modern holiday travel, and is lived in today by his descendants. Although a private family home, and not open to the public, Sennowe Park offers a unique and magical venue for weddings and other events, as well as an inspiring location to the world of Film and Photography. To the discerning visitor Sennowe can also provide luxurious accommodation in a grand country house style, with all modern comforts.

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Sennowe Park is not open to the public but offers event hire, accommodation and weddings.


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