Bressingham Hall

Bressingham Hall is a listed Georgian style mansion house, built in 1780 for the Squire of Bressingham. Inside the rooms have high ceilings and handsome sash windows with sensational views of the seventeen acres of famous gardens.

The grand sitting room has a log fire, and the spacious bedrooms are traditionally furnished. The Hall now appears in Alastair Sawday’s ‘Special Places to Stay’.

Alan Bloom bought Bressingham Hall in 1946 and founded his world famous gardening dynasty here. The famous island beds and the Dell and Foggy Bottom gardens are in the grounds of the Hall. Nearby is Alan Bloom’s magnificent collection of steam engines, the second largest in Europe after York, and the newer Dad’s Army Museum. Blooms of Bressingham Plant Centre is nearby.

Bressingham is also an ideal location from which to visit the Suffolk and Norfolk Coasts, the historic market towns studded across Norfolk, and the cathedral city of Norwich with its medieval architecture, vibrant cultural scene and highly rated shopping.

Principal Contact:
Ian Tilden
+44 (0)1379 687243


Bressingham Hall
IP22 2AA

52.4016819 1.0408433

Bressingham Hall

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £90
  • Number of Rooms: 3
  • Children welcome
  • Entry to gardens included
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • Large grounds

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out


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