The grounds are a haven for wildlife with rich and varied habitats; meadow, wetland, woodland and ancient parkland. The traditional hedge laying won an award from the Campaign to Protect Rural England in 2007. Otters and kingfishers can be seen from the banks of the beautiful Mill Leat of the River Nar which flows through the grounds. Wild flowers have been encouraged to thrive both in the meadows and in the 'wild at heart' garden. Visitors are free to explore the many walks, one of which leads to an ancient henge which pre-dates the Iceni.
photo © David Hennessy
Narborough Hall is a dreamy concoction of water, painterly borders and an old kitchen garden. The planting of nepeta, irises and rosemary seems to melt into the water...border colours - themed in shades of chocolate and plum are a triumph.
The Good Garden Guide 2010-2011
The gardens are closed to the public until they open for the National Gardens Scheme in June 2014
To help you as visitor to find your way around Narborough Hall & Gardens, you may like to print out this PDF map and Garden Walk.
B&B and self-catering accommodation available.
Private fishing available.
Private meeting room available for hire.
Wedding bookings being taken for 2014.
information line: 01760 338 827
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