Because some of the hunting and shooting guests were celebrities like the Earl of Essex, the Pagets joined the Medieval buildings together in 1605 to create a building that was designed to look like a Medieval great hall. A very posh, very old fake, like all the rest of the extensions and additions that make Sinai what it is.

The historic parkland surrounding Sinai Park House is located on a scarp overlooking Burton on Trent and the Trent Valley. The woodland is planted in two parts – Shobnall Wood to the north and the Rough to the south.

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