What was the summer residence of Henry VIII?

Palace of Placentia
Palace of Beaulieu
Kew Palace
Blenheim Palace
In1516, New Hall was sold by Thomas Boleyn to King Henry VIII. King Henry gave his new palace the name Beaulieu, meaning "beautiful place" in French. The name expressed Henry's desire for fine things, though the name change did not outlast the century. On July 23, 1527, Henry's court arrived at Beaulieu on his summer progress, staying, unusually, for over a month in the company of a large number of nobles.
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