Barton Bendish Hall

Built in the early twentieth century as an Odd Fellows Hall, the building has served the community of Barton Bendish ever since.

Barton Bendish, Norfolk, PE33 9DL

Barton Bendish Hall garden

Experience this house


Grade II-listed Barton Bendish Hall is a seventeenth-century house which was remodelled and enlarged in 1856.  The traditional 10-acre country estate garden has a woodland drive, orchard, kitchen garden with soft fruits, espaliered fruit trees, vegetables and a Thomas Messenger-style glasshouse full of scented pelargoniums. Walled and cut flower garden. Herbaceous borders, south facing terrace with open views onto the wider framed landscape. The house is not open to the public.

Guided tours of the garden (no access to the house) are led by the head gardener.

Tours that are scheduled will be listed below. If none are scheduled yet, please check back later, or find other tours you might enjoy on our tours listing page here.

Opening Times

Open by private pre-arranged tour only.

2 hours

£14.00 per person.

Tea and cakes

Most of the garden is flat. However, there are steps but this does not affect wheelchair users as these can be avoided.

No dogs

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