Prince Charles also put his signature stamp on Anmer Hall, with one of his favourite architects, Charles Morris, designing the garden room.
This cost approximately £250,000-£300,000.
However, Tony revealed that the garden room looks “rather stuck on and doesn’t really fit with the rest of the property”.
He stated: “They have incorporated columns to match those on the door to the building but the roof tiles don’t even match. Prince Charles would probably describe it as a carbuncle anywhere else, although I wouldn’t go that far. But it just doesn’t flow.”
Nevertheless, House & Garden referred to Anmer Hall as “one of England’s loveliest country houses”.