Oxburgh Hall receives prestigious award
National Trust-owned manor house between Swaffham and Stoke Ferry is a 'hidden gem.'
Oxburgh Hall has been presented with a prestigious award by a heritage group.
The 15th century manor house between Swaffham and Stoke Ferry, is owned by the National Trust and was highly commended in the inaugural awards for hidden gems by the Hudson's Heritage Group.
The awards are designed to honour achievement and success in the UK leisure heritage industry and were presented during a celebration lunch at the Marriott in Grosvenor Square, London.
Celebrity hosts Lloyd Grossman and Lucinda Lambton made the presentations.
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The awards recognise excellence in the industry across 13 categories, from restoration and wedding venues through to hidden gems and best gardens.
To ensure all aspects of the heritage market were taken into consideration, the judging panel comprised four experts from the worlds of heritage, tourism and architecture.
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