|Lake at the entrance|
|Orangery in the formal gardens|
|The house has a beautiful interior|
|Robes worn to the coronation of King George VI the father of our Queen|
|A selection of of the family silver|
|The Family Crest....A Unicorn to the right and a Lion to the left...but with a mans head.|
"Set in a magnificent 121-hectare (300-acre) deer park, this Georgian house tells the story of the owners and the servants who lived here. Discover the salacious scandals of the 7th Earl of Stamford, who married Catherine Cocks, a former bare-back circus rider, and the 2nd Earl of Warrington, who was so enamoured with his wife that he wrote a book anonymously on the desirability of divorce! Uncover these and other fascinating stories when you explore this treasure-packed house, then take a stroll in one of the North’s great gardens, including Britain’s largest winter garden.".
A teaser taken from the National Trust website.
I have added a link to the Wikipedia site for those interested in reading more about the history of Dunham.