This is Bess; how little a painting tells of a giant.
It rained crazily as we visited the house itself.
The Sea Dog Table, maybe stolen by Elizabeth I to Mary Queen of Scots.
The Long gallery ranks among the top sights in the UK.
There is usually a chimney in the centre. This one is a building by itself.
Julia in the throne room.
Detail of a precious furniture.
Detail of a plaster wall decoration (Dieu Eist Mon Droit)
More glasses than wall.
In the park.
And around the property.
ES stands for Elizabeth Shrewsbury.
In the fields nearby.
Where we found imaginative playgrounds.