Saturday, 28 November 2015

Fellbrigg Hall, Norfolk, Part Two

For this post we are looking at the gardens but first wanted to show you the back of the house.
At roof level we see 
"Glory to God in the Highest" 
worked into the stone work in Latin.
This certainly says something about the family who first built the house in 1620 ad

Considering we are about to enter October there is still some colour about

This is an amazing Dovecote

and I take the risk of entering!

All was well!

The walled gardens here had many hens and chickens running around and the many hen houses were fun

A different kind of bench to sit on

Well that is it for Fellbrigg - do check the previous post if you did not get to see the interior of the house.

Coming soon - on Norfolk


Lady Di Tn said...

Thanks for dropping by Kitty Justice with your delightful comment. I have thoroughly enjoyed this post as I love history and this truly has a long run since 1620. Wow. Peace

POIROT said...

Photos of the old elegant House and the beautiful walled gardens make me feel as if I were visiting.
I always enjoy your posts.

Winifred said...

The photos are lovely & still have that look of summer about them.

Patsy said...

What a treat to see ,enjoyed it very much.

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

Thank you for the arched doorway in the brick wall! Wow, those chickens really live in style don't they. And I have never seen the inside of a dovecote before. It is amazing, as you say.

RasmaSandra said...

Thank you for the tour. Wonderful pictures and looks like those hens are living the high life.

Janneke said...

Nice photos of the hall and walled garden but really fun are the henhouses and what about the dovecote, I love it.

elizabeth said...

Splendid gardens - but was very impressed with the exterior of the house!
A splendid message and written very large which I think is most unusual?
We just had a lovely Thanksgiving and are looking forward to Christmas.
Warmest greetings to you both.

Bishop Stone said...

What an interesting garden. It is very different to what I think of as an English estate garden. I love the castle chook house.

Vee said...

A garden to match that amazing the birds...doves and hens. There was a lot of the weather still mild? It is here.

Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

Thanks for sharing the tour of your amazing trip! The chicken coop castle made me smile...what a life of luxury!

Jenny Woolf said...

I meant to say, wasn't Felbrigg Hall the subject of some book or memoir? It sounds awfully familiar, although it definitely is the kind of name that should feature in a Victorian ghost story! :)

Anonymous said...

Wonderful Barbara, we were there just briefly so would love to return. Thanks for the tour. Jane

La Petite Gallery said...

Dear Barbara and Family, I am sending good wishes for a wonderful new year. May 2016 bring good health, happiness and love to you. Just saw the news 12/30/15
that you are having some bad weather. Be safe. yvonne