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We Felbrigg Hall today for the first time (despite growing up in the area) and cant believe we haven’t been before. Although the whole house wasn’t open we still had a lovely afternoon. The orchard and walled gardens are lovely to walk around. Special shout...More
An interesting place the house is showing a deterioration compared to my visit a few years ago.
The grounds give ample scope for walks.
The walled garden is well worth taking time to look at especially if you are interested in herbs.
Overall it needs...More
Smaller than a lot of these houses but very interesting , guides are very knowledgable, the hoyse is fery well looked sfter and the grounds are great and the walled garden in summer is brilliant well worth a visit
My husband & I visited Felbrigg Hall as we were staying at Felbrigg Lodge & wanted to take our dog on a nice walk.
Firstly the walk was lovely, loads of people were also walking their dogs but there was so many ways you could...More
Absolutely lovely grounds for a walk, very friendly and helpful staff and one of the more interesting properties in the NT portfolio. The woods are lovely in Autumn and there are several walks depending on how long you've got. The house itself has a lot...More
We loved it here - the house has some lovely things in and is of a happily domestic scale. The volunteer staff we met were very well-informed and interesting to listen to and interested in us as well, very welcoming on what was a busy...More
It's a long walk - up hill. From the centre of town follow signs to Fakenham. Shortly after leaving houses of Cromer take Lh at roundabout signposted for Felbrigg. No footpath now. Approx 5 min walk to gates. But probably... More
It's a long walk - up hill. From the centre of town follow signs to Fakenham. Shortly after leaving houses of Cromer take Lh at roundabout signposted for Felbrigg. No footpath now. Approx 5 min walk to gates. But probably 3/4 mile through ground to house. Good luck!
I'm planning a trip to Norwich and northern Norfolk. As there are several historic houses in that area I wondered which people thought are the most or least interesting to visit. I'm thinking of Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall, Sandringham, Sheringham Park (I realise there's no house), any others you'd recommend that I've missed? I generally like to see the interior and then like a walk in the garden/parkland, weather permitting.
August 20, 2008|
Hi! We have just come back from a trip to Holt and Alderburgh. The only drawback has been the weather, only 2 days of sunshine! Blickling Hall has been my favourite historic house, the gardens are astonishing too and there is a feeling of grandeure about it. Do not dine at the neighbouring pub, we did and it was expensive and overpriced! My second favourite is Holkham Hall, we visited gardens, the breathtaking beach and the Victoria pub (recommend you book a meal well in advance...this one...More
Suggestions for a week's holiday (with a preschooler) (8 Replies)
Hi I'm looking for some advice on things to do on holiday in Norfolk. We will be staying in Overstrand (not far from Cromer) for a week in May. So far, we've decided we'd like to take our preschooler to one of the lovely beaches, try our hand at crabbing (never done it!), visit a National Trust property, (Felbrigg Hall?), go to a reserve and go on one of the steam train lines. Is there anything else you'd recommend? Particularly if the weather isn't great? (Although my fingers are...More
April 22, 2014|
Children especially like the Wells and Walsingham railway because of its small size. Wells harbour was also a hit with ours years ago. If you get a wet day, a visit to Norwich on the train might be an idea. Boat trip to see the seals?