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Holme Hale Hall

Noted for its spring display of tulips and alliums, historic wisteria plus mid and late summer flowering. Walled kitchen garden and front garden designed and planted in 2000 by Chelsea winner Arne Maynard. The garden incorporates herbaceous borders, trained fruit, vegetables and traditional greenhouse. The garden was rejuvenated by Arne Maynard in 2016 and the results will be worth seeing in 2017.

Sunday 14 May, Sunday 13 August (12 - 4pm). Admission £6.00, children free. Light refreshments in Tea Rooms back of Holme Hale Hall, close to car park, available 12 til 4.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement April to September coach parties very welcome. Admission £6.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Mr & Mrs Simon Broke
01760 440328
simon.broke@hotmail.co.uk

Wheelchair access available to the Front Garden, Kitchen Garden and tearoom.

How to find us

Holme Hale Hall, Holme Hale, nr Swaffham, Norfolk, IP25 7ED

6m E of Swaffham, 8m W of Dereham, 5m N of Watton. 2m S of Necton off A47 main rd. 1m E of Holme Hale Village.

More about Holme Hale Hall

In addition to the garden the setting is in attractive parkland with other buildings including a dovecote. There is an experimental flower meadow and at the right time a display of Marsh orchids. Teas and refreshments are provided throughout an Open Day.