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  1. Hatfield House es una casa de campo situada en un gran parque, al este de la ciudad de Hatfield, en el condado de Hertfordshire, en Inglaterra.La actual casa de estilo jacobino fue construida en 1611 por Robert Cecil, I conde de Salisbury y ministro del rey Jacobo I, y ha sido el hogar de la familia Cecil desde entonces.

  2. We had a wonderful afternoon picnicking on the grounds of Hatfield House recently. The grounds are incredible, as is the history. But the real hidden gem here are the staff, who make every visit to Hatfield House memorable. We always have a wonderful day out. We were lucky to also visit whilst there was a small birds of prey event on.

  3. 03/09/2019 · Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury, built Hatfield House in 1611 close to The Old Palace (which was constructed in 1485 by the Bishop of Ely, and still stands today). Today, Hatfield House is the home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and their family. Superb examples of Jacobean craftsmanship can be found inside Hatfield House ...

  4. Hatfield House (1607-12, listed grade I) stands at the west edge of the park on a level plateau, approached via several drives and avenues. The present main approach (late C19) enters 500m north-west of the House, off the Great North Road, directly from the west side of Hatfield village, opposite the railway station.

  5. 13.1k Followers, 1,117 Following, 813 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Hatfield House (@hatfield_house) 13.1k Followers, 1,117 Following ...

  6. 18/06/2020 · Hatfield House se enorgullece de ofrecer su cabaña de 5 habitaciones. Con casi 3000 pies cuadrados, hay un montón de espacio para sus grupos grandes y fiestas. Dos salas de estar separadas, comedores y cocinas, 4 baños y una sala de barro con una estufa de leña, para secar su equipo húmedo.

  7. 10/11/2020 · Hatfield House itself is a 223-room Jacobean estate built by the first Earl of Salisbury, Robert Cecil, in 1611. Today, it is the private residence of Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, seventh Marquess of ...