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Experience the wonder of Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk
Immerse yourself in the past at Somerleyton Hall and Gardens, a magnificent estate located in the heart of the Broads National Park. Witness history, love and magnificence all in one visit.
In the west of the gardens lies the Nesfield Parterre, the focal point of the landscape that was restored between 2012 and 2014 by highly esteemed landscape architect George Carter. The Nesfield Parterre shoes off a dazzling equatorial sundial, surrounded by the twelve signs of the zodiac in a display that's sure to leave you captivated.
There is also the Arboretum, which shows specimens of colourful and impressive trees that look different with each passing season. Be sure not to miss the Historic Parkland, where you can observe cattle and ponies in a beautiful natural habitat.
Explore Somerleyton Hall's many beautiful gardens
The delightful sunken White Garden can be found on the north of the hall and is a favorite of both bees and butterflies, making an excellent place to go spotting for them! The Walled Garden is a former kitchen garden that has been re-imagined with flower, shrub, hosta and tree fern borders and is now home to the "Enchanted Jungle Garden".
Currently being rennovated is My Lady's Rose Garden, a collection of rose beds which will be completed with arches and obelisks, creating an area full of scent and romance throughout the summer months.
Don't forget to experience the remarkable Somerleyton Maze, established in 1846, which is one of the finest in the UK. The route out of the maze is about 400 feet from the centre and many visitors take on the challenge of unravelling its mysteries! How quickly can you reach the centre?
With so much to see and so many things to do in Suffolk's Somerleyton Hall, a visit for the whole family makes an excellent time for everybody!
How to find us
Somerleyton Hall & Gardens is located in Lovingland, Suffolk and can be found using the postcode NR32 5QQ
- Plant and nursery sale
Important notice: The main hall building is not currently open to the public. The gardens will be closed for all visitors from Sunday 11th June - Thursday 22nd June.
People also ask:
Is Somerleyton Hall & Gardens wheelchair-accessible?
- Nearly all areas of the garden are accessible, although please be aware that some of the paths are uneven in places and tricky with small wheeled chairs. Lawns can be used for moving around.
Can I bring my dog?
- Sorry, but only guide dogs are allowed at Somerleyton Hall & Gardens.