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What to See

The Great Parlour

This panelled room was the private sitting room of Parham House in Elizabethan times.

The ceiling in this room had been removed in 1790 to make it as high as the Great Hall. Clive Pearson replaced it in 1935 to re-create the Great Chamber above, and commissioned Esmond Burton to do the intricate plasterwork by hand.

The 17th century needlework fills this room with colour. A picture of Charles I’s great warship “The Sovereign of the Seas” hangs over the fireplace, with portraits of Charles I by Mytens, Susan Villiers by William Larkin and Elizabeth of Bohemia by Paul van Somer.

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Walking the gardens at Parham House

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The beautiful gardens at Parham House in Sussex UK

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