As summer holidays draw to close, it's worth reflecting perhaps on how fortunate we are in Norfolk with the coastline, towns and countryside we have, as well as the heritage here.
Holkham Hall is one such place that never fails to impress.
Completed in 1764, the hall is an absolute gem, with its grand Palladian style and an exquisite interior. From entering the Marble Hall, complete with alabaster columns and a 15 metre height with a marble staircase, there are few finer architectural sights in Norfolk, arguably England.
Outside the grounds are equally impressive, spanning 25,000 acres with lakes, obelisk and nearby is one of the country's favourite beaches, the setting for "Shakespeare in Love" and frequented by the Queen's household cavalry.
If you've never been, you should go and to whet your appetite here's a recent promotional video of Holkham Hall.