On a medieval site surrounding a moated Tudor house, there are many different planting opportunities - from a working walled vegetable garden to a bog garden, formal borders, wild garden and water gardens.
The gardens at Hindringham Hall are essentially private gardens that welcome visitors just twice a week during the summer. There are plant sales and a tea room serving cake and hot drinks.
Where is Hindringham Hall Gardens located?
Just off the A148 and between Binham and Thursford lies Hindringham Hall. Between the church and the village hall is Blacksmiths Lane and the entrance to Hindringham Hall Gardens is 500 yards on the left.
What style of garden is Hindringham Hall Gardens?
Enter through the working walled vegetable garden, with its central herb garden providing fruit and produce for the hall and holiday cottages. Pass through the door and walk beside the moat past the greenhouse and the iris and delphinium beds to the Dell. This is planted with snowdrops, bluebells and cyclamen. Continue on to the 3 acre medieval fishponds or turn left through the magnificent daffodil area. Continue on, passing the bog garden to the water gardens, where hosta line the stream and hemerocallis adorn the moat. There are 3 paths through this area. Then, proceed across the ancient stone bridge to the gardens surrounding the rose and wisteria clad Tudor Hall, with its formal borders, Victorian nut walk and wild garden
What can guests enjoy at Hindringham Hall Gardens?
Hindringham is not only beautiful, but a very peaceful place, favoured by wildlife and especially the bird community. There is a lovely tea room where drinks and cake are served from pretty bone china, and tables are set outside if the weather is favourable.
There is a great opportunity to take some proper 'me' time when visiting this truly tranquil and restful garden.
Plants are available for sale.