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Hindringham Hall Gardens

A 'fairytale-like' moated Tudor manor nestled in the wilds of East Anglia

  • 4.6

  • from 93 Google reviews

A castle on top of a body of water surrounded by trees
A castle on top of a body of water surrounded by trees

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About the garden

Hindringham Hall is the most delicious little moated manor house straight out of a story book with its medieval moat and fishponds, working walled vegetable garden, formal and informal borders wrapped around a brick and flint Tudor Hall. The current owners have developed the gardens over the past 25 years and open to visitors twice a week between April and October. Make time to walk round the medieval fishponds and 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.

Opening times

From 30th March to 28th September Wednesdays 10-1 Sundays 2-5. Other times by appointment.

Useful details

Garden area

9 Acres

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.


Yes - Children of all ages.

Bicycle storage

Yes - Yes - You can lock up your bike

Wheelchair access

Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved).


Yes - There is a plant shop.

Norfolk , NR210QA

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 93 Google reviews

Bryan Gilbert

9 months ago


At last made a visit to the gardens only as the hall wasn't open. My wife was in an electric wheelchair that struggled in places due the gravel footpaths however the owners were very helpful making sure we saw as much as possible. We got to see the Hall close up & the different garden areas. Probably best of all was seeing a Swan nesting. There's a lovely cafe selling homemade cakes. This is a must visit.

Polly Ryder

4 months ago


The gardens are beautiful and well worth a visit. There is also a lovely tea room with delicious cakes after your wander round the Gardens. We'll worth a visit.

Nigel Wright

8 months ago


Beautiful, peaceful gardens surrounding a fascinating 16th-century moated manor house. Gardens are open April to October Wednesday mornings and Sunday afternoons. Lovely little café serving coffee and cakes.

Philip Le Riche

5 months ago


One of our favourite finds in North Norfolk. The moated house is most picturesque and the beautifully laid out and tended gardens are a delight. The owners, Mr & Mrs Tucker are friendly and welcoming, and always ready for a chat. Just one small point: I’m sure there were more information boards when we came a couple of years ago, giving history and background. But the inscription by a hidden seat: “Oh rest a bit, for `tis a rare place to rest at” seemed apt. See if you can find it!

Paul Simpson

a year ago


A beautiful 15th C. moated house ... with well tended gardens . And a great tea room... Only open Wednesday mornings and Sunday afternoons. So pick your time. Plenty of parking in the orchard. Good walks around the ancient fish stock ponds dating back hundreds of years..

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