Scaldbeck House is situated on the edge of the village of Morston in North Norfolk and overlooks the often visited Blakeney Point, which is famed for it’s Seal watching boat trips. Scaldbeck is a large detached manor house with a plentiful supply of bedrooms in addition to dining and lounge rooms, and an annexe with it’s own large games/lounge room and separate bedroom. In short Scaldbeck is the destination for large gatherings of family and friends groups who want their own space in an envious location.
I was commissioned by Scaldbeck’s owners to update the photographs of the interior of the house and the exterior if possible. Scaldbeck had an already great selection of photographs but these were becoming outdated as foliage and interiors change. Wintertime when holiday property’s are quieter is often the time when I’m asked to shoot interiors and on this occasion the weather was good (no lashing rain on the windows) and so I worked through the property interior producing images of bedrooms, feature rooms and bathrooms in addition to the kitchens available. The winter exterior wasn’t quite as attractive as the current images held of the exterior so the decision was made to produce these images at a later date when foliage is in full bloom and the sky is a beautiful full blue Norfolk sky.
Below is a small selection of the images produced of the interiors of Scaldbeck, I hope to get back there in the spring to produce the exterior images.