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Kirby Hall. Northamptonshire Owned by Sir Christopher Hatton in 1575 in the hopes of a visit from Queen Elizabeth I - not to be realised. James I probably occupied these rooms when he visited a distant relative of Hatton’s who inherited the house. Sitwell described the Great Withdrawing Chamber and Best Bedchamber as ‘like two huge galleons tied up at anchor…the poops of two stone ships, never meant to sail, but only to catch the sunlight’. Now owned and cared for by English Heritage.
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