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Somerleyton Hall

Somerleyton is a wonderful example of a classic pleasure garden for an historic hall.

Visit the walled garden to discover the beautiful and ornate iron and glass greenhouses, designed by Joseph Paxton, the architect behind Crystal Palace. Don’t miss the 70-foot long pergola, home to wisteria, roses, clematis and vines.

Somerleyton is also home to one of the finest yew hedge mazes in the UK, planted back in 1846.

Garden details

Date:24 Sep 2017

Opening times:

9am-5pm 

Entrance fees:

Adults: £6.95

Children: £4.95

Address:Somerleyton Hall, Lovingland, Suffolk , NR32 5QQ

Directions:

From Norwich: take the A146 towards Beccles then take the B1136 towards Great Yarmouth. Turn left on to the A143 and continue on the B1074 where the hall will be clearly signposted.

From Great Yarmouth: follow the A1243 on to the A47; follow the A47 to Jay Lane then take Jay Lane to Somerleyton Hall.

From Beccles: take George Westwood Way/A145 towards Norwich, then take the A143 to Herringfleet Road/B1074. Follow the B1074 to Somerleyton Hall.

Garden owner:Lord Somerleyton

Contact:Paul Fleet

Telephone:01603 253 412

Email:PFleet@redcross.org.uk

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    Somerleyton Hall
    Visit the walled garden to discover the beautiful and ornate iron and glass greenhouses, designed by Joseph Paxton, the architect of Crystal Palace.
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