Neville Hawcock recently wrote an article in the Financial Times weekend about his stay at Somerleyton Hall and Gardens. He fell for the gardens especially
“as I wandered round on Saturday evening, with the birds calling and as the shadows lengthened, it struck me that normal visiting hours never tell the full story of a posh garden. You see them only in the most strenuous daylight, whereas the most atmospheric moments are the margins of the day, when dusk and dawn take over and amplify microclimates, intensifying the pools of coolness and drifts of scent.”
Anyone who was here for the end of the Somer Solstice evening when the tops of the trees and the clock tower turned golden would probably agree. Read the article in full (paywall) at
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