Somerleyton Hall is widely acclaimed as one of the finest stately homes in the UK
Somerleyton Hall is a magnificent stately home, once the residence of railway pioneer Sir Samuel Morton Peto who, in addition to bringing the railway to Lowestoft, developed the port and the south of the town as a seaside resort.
The beautiful Tudor mansion is set in gorgeous gardens on a 5000-acre estate and its stunning interiors include an impressive carved oak entrance hall, a stately ballroom, an elegant library and a sumptuous dining room.
Entrance to the hall is by tour only; check opening times and ticket prices before you visit. Somerleyton Hall and its gardens are open to the public on certain days.
BROWSE DAYS OUT
Browse days out that you can access across the Wherry Lines.