• Kentwell Hall

    Kentwell Hall’s gardens have been revived and re-created since the Phillips’ bought Kentwell in 1971 – noted for their wonderful sense of tranquility, these are gardens to enjoy in a leisurely way. The Guardian newspaper listed the gardens as the second among 15 Secret Gardens in England. Kentwell’s gardens and Read more [...]

  • Plantation Garden

    A rare surviving example of a private Victorian town garden, comprising nearly 3 acres created between 1856-1897 in a former medieval chalk quarry and undergoing restoration by volunteers. Architectural features include a 30ft Gothic fountain, an Italianate terrace, woodland paths and mature trees. It is an idiosyncratic garden, a haven Read more [...]

  • Mannington Hall

    Gardens with a lake, moat, woodland and an outstanding rose collection with heritage rose exhibitions. Throughout the gardens are thousands of roses especially classic varieties. The Heritage Rose and Twentieth Century Rose Gardens have designs reflecting their date of origin (from the fifteenth century to the present day).

  • Ickworth House (NT)

    The house is surrounded by an Italianate garden and set in a ‘Capability’ Brown park with several waymarked woodland and walks. National Collection of Buxus.

  • Hyde Hall Garden (RHS)

    Nearly 40 years of work by the RHS has brought it from a windswept hill with just six mature trees, to the present day Garden of 360 acres. The Garden contains the National Collection of Viburnum and an attractive plantsman’s garden of eight acres containing a woodland area, spring bulbs, Read more [...]

  • Hoveton Hall Gardens

    It is hard to exaggerate the effect this beautiful park, with its red deer, spectacular moated Hall in mellow patterned red brick with its famous gardens will have on the visitor. The whole combines to give an extraordinary impression of beauty and tranquillity. Approximately 10 acres of gardens featuring principally Read more [...]

  • Helmingham Hall Gardens

    The gardens extend to nearly 5 hectares and are set in more than 150 hectares of parkland, which is stocked with Red and Fallow deer and Highland cattle. The house (which is not open to the public) was built in 1510, and has been the home of the Tollemache family Read more [...]

  • Feeringbury Manor

    The garden of Feeringbury Manor is on an ancient site. The land originally belonged to William the Conqueror and the house dates back to before 1500.

  • Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden

    Fairhaven Woodland and Water garden was created by Major Henry Broughton. The hall, woodland, water garden and inner broad were all part of the South Walsham Estate, which he purchased in 1946. In 1963 Major Broughton became the 2nd Lord Fairhaven, receiving the title as his elder brother had no Read more [...]

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