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Felbrigg Hall

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Felbrigg Hall

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Felbrigg Near Cromer, Norwich NR11 8PR England
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simsu66 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom569 contributions91 helpful votes
We visited Felbrigg on a lovely warm September's day and really enjoyed our visit. We started off doing one of the waymarked walks. I cannot remember its name but it took us around the lake and was really enjoyable. After a picnic lunch we visited the walled garden which was surprisingly large and beautiful. We visited 3 National Trust properties whilst on holiday in Norfolk and this was our favourite.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Margaret Y wrote a review Nov. 2020
Mundesley, United Kingdom52 contributions16 helpful votes
Despite it being a chilly winter's day it was lovely in the Felbrigg woods and West Garden where some winter flowering shrubs were in blossom. There were enough people about to give it some atmosphere and it was possible to forget the pandemic. Some decorations have been put up outside the stag, the geese and a magic sleigh plus lights in the tearoom so a festive feeling did begin to creep upon me. The tearoom was bright and cheerful and open for the permitted takeaways. The last squire who bequeathed the house to the National Trust was a boy during the last pandemic at the end of the Great War and despite not being in the best of health survived.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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tushar_pai wrote a review Nov. 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom2,619 contributions347 helpful votes
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We reached Felbrigg Hall at our designated slot of 9:30 am and found the barriers at the entrance closed. This led to a queues of vehicles backing up on the main road outside the estate. The barrier was removed at 9:30 and the cars were let in on the drive which leads to the Hall (a further mile away). The walled garden was really enjoyable and there are a number of walks that you can undertake on the estate. We chose the Victory walk which is 1.5 mile long and leads you into the woodlands behind the hall. Great autumn walk through the woods that leads you back to the front of the hall. The cafe was open for hot food takeaways and there was plenty of outside seating. Overall a beautiful NT property to visit.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ellie G wrote a review Nov. 2020
Holt, United Kingdom26 contributions6 helpful votes
With us all on lockdown again my piece of heaven are the grounds at Felbrigg. Feel totally at peace here. Tranquil with some lovely walks, around the woods/down to the lake across the fields . Take away at the café while lockdown on or bring your own drinks. Dogs very welcome in the grounds.. Out of lockdown best check national trust site to see what's open.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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davidlbuxton66 wrote a review Nov. 2020
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Looked forward to walking the woods only to find that pre-booking was essential for weekends and the parking for no members was £17.00 for the pair of us, absolutely outrageous and a further example of the NT clawing back money lost during the pandemic. Not impressed at all. Instead, we enjoyed a lovely walk on the beach at Overstrand.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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