Somerleyton Hall and Gardens
Explore the gardens, tour the hall, get lost for a while in the maze and then reward yourselves with the home made delights of our new Kitchen Garden Restaurant and gift shop.
Somerleyton Hall is an early Victorian ststely mansion built in Anglo-Italian style with lavish architectural features, magnificent carved stonework and fine state rooms. Paintings by Landseer, Wright of Derby and Stanfield. Wood carvings by Wilcox of Warwick and Grinling Gibbons. The justly renowned 12-acre gardens feature an 1846 yew hedge maze, glasshouses by Paxton, fine statuary, pergola and walled garden. Vulliamy tower clock, specimen trees and borders.
Hall & Gardens: Adult £9.95, Over 60's £8.95, Child £4.95, Family ticket £25 (adults & 2 children), Season ticket £25 Adult/£20 Over 60's/£13 Child, Private tours: Half day & evening visits please contact office.
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|Notes||Somerleyton Hall & Gardens:28th Mar - 29th Sept 2013: Tue & Thu 10am – 5pm. Also 17th July to 15th Sept:
Wed & Sun.
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VenueSomerleyton Hall and Gardens
The Hall, Somerleyton, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 5QQ
Map reference: TM 492977 Lat: 52.52070 Long: 1.67293
On the B1074, 5 miles NW of Lowestoft, 7 miles SE of Great Yarmouth (A143). Coaches visiting the Hall should follow signs to the rear west gate entrance.
By Public Transport:
Somerleyton Train Station is 1.6 miles from the Hall (no taxi or bus service available).
20 public moorings are available outside The Duke's Head pub - 1.5 miles from the Hall and Gardens.
Parking : free
Nearest station : 2 miles (3.2 kms) from Somerleyton station
No photography in house. Corporate Hospitality/Functions: Receptions/functions/conferences/weddings. Suitablity for the Disabled: Suitable. WCs. Guided Tours: Obligatory. Suitability for Dogs: Guide dogs only.