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“A visit while touring Norfolk”
Review of Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall
Ranked #5 of 151 things to do in Norwich
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed November 19, 2012

A lovely National Trust property in the heart of the countryside. A tour of the house is worthwhile, and the room guides were really friendly. The tea room was just settling down after the lunch time rush so plenty of seating. Worth a visit if you are in the area.

Thank TravelalotLAS
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

We stayed at Mustard Pot Cottage on the estate and took the opportunity to walk around the estate on three mornings. We went a different way every day and each time experienced different lanscapes with the beautiful house as a backdrop. There are woodland walks, lakeside walks and farmland with handsome (and docile) cows. We also visited the charming medieval church on the estate.

The ground was quite undulating in places so is not really suitable for pushchairs or people with mobility problems.

I believe the cafe was open for post walk refreshment but we headed back to our cosy cottage for breakfast.

I would like to go back to visit the inside of the property at another time of year but the estate alone is well worth a visit on an autumn or winter day.

Thank Roaming_K
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Always enjoy National Trust houses and this was no exception. The house and gardens are very interesting and well laid out. Made very welcome by the volunteers.

Thank RedcoatEngland
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Reviewed November 4, 2012

We visited Felbrigg Hall on a dismal Sunday afternoon. Whilst its by no means the grandest of National Trust properties, being the former home of a Norfolk gentleman rather than the home of a titled family, it was gifted to the Trust with all its contents which adds interest. The thing which was obvious as we walked round was the dedication and knowledge of the room guides. When we visited Blickling the previous day the room guides blended into the background, whereas at Felbrigg they were actively looking to explain the history of the house and its contents.
Typical NT shop and catering with everything freshly made on site using local ingredients wherever possible.

Thank Bongodog1964
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

You can fill nearly a whole day here with the House and Gardens, the choice of food in the little restaurant was very good and the staff very friendly, lovely way to spend some time.

Thank janet c
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