Hoveton Hall Estate
Published date: June 2020
Hoveton Hall Estate covers 620 acres of gardens, parkland, woodland, grazing and arable land. Hoveton Hall is a fine Regency Hall built between 1809-1812 and has been owned by the Buxton family since 1946. Built of gault brick with a slate roof, the design is attributed to Humphrey Repton, the last great English landscape designer of the eighteenth century.
Today Hoveton Hall is very much a family home, located on the edge of the beautiful Norfolk Broads. Its 15-acre gardens are open to the public from April to September each year and parts of the property are available as holiday accommodation, offering luxury short break B&B stays and a self-contained holiday cottage.
The gardens of Hoveton Hall Estate are open to the public and are a mixture of wild planting and formal walled gardens. There are also two lakes to enjoy as well as woodland and parkland to explore. There is an on-site Garden Kitchen Cafe which is independently run.
Hoveton Hall Estate is available for private hire, from business meetings, client dinners, corporate away days and team building events to parties, celebrations, weddings, group visits and workshops.
To find out more about Hoveton Hall Estate, including garden opening times and admission costs, private hire details and holiday accommodation information, please go to their website.