Somerleyton Hall

Discover the Hall

Somerleyton Hall is renowned as one of the finest Victorian Stately homes in the country, the Jacobean Manor house is now encased in John Thomas – Prince Albert’s star sculptor who worked extensively on the houses of Parliament reinterpretation in the Italianate style with two towers dominating the skyline.

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Somerleyton Gardens

Visit the Gardens

Considered one of the finest gardens in East Anglia since the mid 17th century, the gardens at Somerleyton continue to delight. Set over 12 acres, the garden is slowly being re-imagined as a series of interconnected ‘rooms’…

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Refreshments

Tea Room

The long borders to the east and west of the garden offer a fine selection of flowering shrubs and trees while the walled garden and chapel piece Pergola await restoration but still boast two wonderful herbaceous borders, giant barrel yew hedges and importantly the Tea Room and shop! The 'ridge and furrow' glasshouses are attributed to Joseph Paxton who worked for the Crossleys in Halifax and the unique peach cases are akin to the wonderful Paxton ones at Chatsworth House.

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Estate Pub

The Duke's Head

Part of the Somerleyton estate, The Duke’s Head gastro-pub restaurant is well renowned for a flavoursome, fresh and seasonal menu, created by our experienced and creative kitchen team. You’ll find a number of Suffolk real ales on tap, plus a great selection of world beers and comprehensive wine list.

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Fritton Lake

The Fritton Arms

As the hub of Fritton Lake resort, The Fritton Arms is a comfortable lake-side gastropub (and boutique hotel) serving a creative menu of locally sourced food. The bar keeps a fine and changing collection of local ales, so there’ll always be something new to try - either indoors or in the newly redeveloped extensive pub garden.

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