Address Somerleyton Hall Somerleyton, Lowestoft NR32 5QQ, UK

A country residence set in 2,000 hectares, Somerleyton Hall is Grade II listed, as are its formal gardens.

Somerleyton Hall was built in 1844 on the site of a former mansion erected in 1240. Designed by John Thomas, the building overlooks an incredible maze of yew trees, among the most beautiful in Great Britain. Brittany. The gardens are home to plants and other trees, some of which are quite rare. The building itself is also popular for its clock tower designed by Benjamin Vulliamy. Somerleyton Hall is regularly used as a film location.

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