Hindringham Hall is a fine example of a Tudor manor house and is surrounded by a 12th century moat.
With four acres of fantastic gardens to explore including a working walled vegetable garden. There are also lawns, formal and informal borders, not forgetting the 5 medieval fishponds.
Take tea in the Café beside the moat, smell the roses, watch the black swans, listen to the birdsong and enjoy the peace and beauty of this special garden.
Gardens and Medieval Fishponds
Open March 31st until the end of September
DOGS are allowed in the car park and Tea Room but NOT in the gardens
2019 Dates & Times
Hindringham Hall will be open to visitors for a guided history tour on the following dates during 2019
Wednesday June 12th at 2.30 pm
Wednesday July 10th at 2.30 pm
Wednesday August 7th at 2.30 pm
Wednesday September 4th at 2.30pm
2020 dates coming soon!
The tour lasts two hours and includes tea and cakes at the end.
Mrs Lynda Tucker will conduct a tour inside the house on the ground floor, detailing its inhabitants and their travails over the last 500 years.
Mr Charles Tucker will conduct a tour outside showing the architectural features of the house and explaining how and why the moat and associated fish ponds were built some 900 years ago. The moat dates from around 1150 and the bridge over the moat and house itself dates back to 1538.
Tickets are £25.00 per head. Pre-booking is essential to avoid disappointment.
Stay with Us
Within the grounds we have 3 luxury 4 and 5 star self catering holiday cottages 2 of which are also pet friendly. See the cottages page on our website for more details.