Hindringham Hall is a fine tudor house with a moat dating from c1200. It has garden areas both inside and outside the moat. The medieval and Tudor role of the gardens was to supply fruit, herbs and vegetables. This is continued. The outline of the fish ponds can be seen but the area is now dry and used for daffodils and cow parsley. There are also lawns, a herbaceous border, a nutwalk and a pergola. It is a sweet and peaceful place.
Blacksmiths Lane, Hindringham, Norfolk, England, NR21 0QA
Late March to early October. Wednesdays. Open 10am to 4:30pm.