Places to stay
Just half a mile from Blickling's gates and its traditional pub, this is a comfortable and welcoming little cottage with two bedrooms. It's an ideal spot to abandon the car and explore the surrounding countryside on foot.
This picture-perfect cottage is one of the few original thatched cottages remaining in the iconic setting of the Blickling Estate. With exposed beams throughout the ground floor, and two spacious double bedrooms upstairs, this cottage is perfect for a short break.
Our magnificent tower has undergone major restoration and today offers truly luxurious holiday accommodation.
Built as a race stand for the second Earl of Buckinghamshire, it has breathtaking views across open parkland and a roof terrace with outdoor seating.
You won't want to leave!
Meadowside and Bureside
Bureside on the left, Meadowside on the right.
Set in the middle of the tiny hamlet of Itteringham, these semi-detached cottages each have two bedrooms and are on a quiet country lane. Meadowside has a private stretch of riverbank, while the River Bure meanders through the garden of Bureside.
The Bucks Arms
The Buckinghamshire Arms is a cosy 17th century coaching inn serving fine ales, run by one of the estate's private tenants.
Inside it has a delightful snug, bar and dining room with wood-burning stoves, rich fabrics and original paintings by local artists.
If you're escaping for the weekend, try one of the spacious four-star rooms with four-poster beds. Double rooms from £100 per night.