1. Somerleyton Hall and Gardens
An impressive stately home that stands in 5000 acres of English estate. There has been residence here since 1240 when a manor house stood there, and in the intervening years it has been a Tudor House a Jacobian Mansion and a Victorian Hall. The glorious gardens have been sculpted over the years into the shape they are now, with ornate iron and glass greenhouses and a grand hedge maze that’s always popular with children and adults alike. The Hall and gardens are open to visitors from April to October.
2. Picnics on The Green or by the river
The Village Green is a little haven where time seems to have stood still. Surrounded by ‘chocolate box’ thatched cottages and a quaint village school and post office you’ll soon find yourself unwinding in the tranquillity.
3. Visit some of the region's biggest attractions
Somerleyton is the perfect base to explore both Suffolk and Norfolk. You’ll find the Suffolk Broads, glorious sandy beaches and unspoilt countryside right on your doorstep – Plus a whole host of other tourist attractions such as Fritton Lake (which is part of the Somerleyton Estate)and Pleasurewood Hills theme park.