Nice National Trust property, but nothing out of the ordinary. Grounds were nice though - maybe visit in summer when you can walk around the gardens
The hall is very interesting to visit, and the guides friendly and knowledgable.But what we always enjoy most is the walled garden..This is gardened by local people ,the vegetables and herbs are exceptional.Also the walks around the grounds...It's a good place for children to run around..The restaurants and cafe are also good value..
A Tudor house full of history the house and gardens well worth a visit the food available is very good all freshly made the Soups are a must have.
Every year, Felbrigg Hall holds a Carol Concert in the Courtyard. A local Brass Band plays the carols and everyone gets a carol song sheet to try to join in! There is mulled wine and lovely foods to eat. If you have a dog, the walks around the estate are lovely and the dogs can join in during the carol... More
Don't expect Blickling Hall here.This is a much smaller but enchanting affair of a house.The staff will give you all the info. you need if gently nudged on occasion.The grounds are also not huge but afford the walks through parkland that most people look for.Given the choice,it's Felbrigg every time for me if it's a North Norfolk house I want... More
I've been here many times and love the atmosphere of the place. If you get a chance to go on one of their "Attic and Cellar" tours, it's well worth it!
Felbrigg Park is no comparison to Blickling. Nearby. The hall is not so exciting and the staff, not so active. Visiting friends have confirmed this. For the charges involved, Blickling has far more value for money. Felbrigg staff are more remote from visitors, the park has less to offer in many respects.
I have been visiting Felbrigg Hall for many years, I have been in the hall a couple of times but mainly come to walk the dog in the beautiful parkland. There is a fantastic 2 mile circular geocache trail around the parkland which is brilliant fun for adults and children if you have a gps device.A lovely place to visit... More
As members of National Trust we visit their site whenever possible. We recently visited Felbrigg hall near Norwich and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. All rooms are furnished "a la mode" and staff there are only too willing to help and advise. There is a homeliness about the Hall that is not normally experienced. There is also a lovely tea shop... More
Wonderfully preserved estate (run by UK's National Trust. The grounds are beautiful (and enormous) and contain a spectacular and enormous walled garden. The house is unusual in that it has all of its original furniture and also extensive art works. Its rooms and scale are "normal", not grandiose -- one could actually imagine living there . Well worth seeing if... More
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