DreamwallStyle took time earlier this year to visit Normanby Hall Country Park. This blog post is a follow on post from the Normanby Park Peacocks http://wp.me/pIRfz-fY
Normanby Hall Country Park, has been described as the Jewel of North Lincolnshire, set in 300 acres of exquisite parkland and is only four miles from Scunthorpe off the B1430.
Normanby Hall is a regency mansion, and was the home to the ‘Sheffield Family’. In the 18th Century John Sheffield became the Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, he built a fine mansion in London called Buckingham house. His son sold the house to George III and it is now known as Buckingham Palace.
Former Dukes of Buckingham and original owners of Buckingham Palace. With the fine examples of Regency, shown in elegant rooms, Victorian and Edwardian furniture. This regency mansion is steeped with history, for all the family to enjoy.
In the 1820’s Sir Robert Sheffield decided to demolish the existing house at Normanby and re built the house that stands before us to enjoy today. The house was designed Sir Robert Smike and was built between 1825 and 1830. The house was extended and altered to designs by Walter Brierley between 1906 and 1908 to complete the grand house that is still the focus to Normanby Hall Country Park.
The ‘Regency Hall’ is magnificent, set in beautiful woodland and surrounded by herbaceous borders in the secret and sunken Gardens.
If you missed my previous blog post about the ‘Normanby Hall Peacocks” then please click here http://wp.me/pIRfz-fY
DreamwallStyle will be featuring another post the Normanby Hall award winning Victorian Walled Garden very soon so keep checking back, or follow the blog for updates.
Christmas at Normanby