Habitat The area surrounding the enclosed Hall and gardens consists of agricultural Landscape. There are up to 20miles of footpath to explore and a walk plan can be bought for 20p From the shop or box outside. Paths are waymarked. Initially the path passes the Hall boundary giving views into the gardens, then moves onto a Boardwalk crossing a large Wet Flower Meadow. At the far end is a Bird Hide giving out over a small lake. Pool frogs and water birds may be present. From this point various paths lead round the Estate passing through Grass meadows, Ancient Woodland and a Wet Wood . Away from the Hall the ground rises to large hedge lined fields .
Birds All common hedge ,field and and wood birds may be present inc. Buzzard, Barn Owl and Tawny Owl.
Access From Saxthorpe on the B1149 take Right (North) signed Matlaske In Approx. one mile the Hall is clearly signed. (Right) Car Park is through gateway to left. Note there is a charge of £2.00. Paid either in the Visitor Centre or in an honesty box on front of same. Toilets are available. Only Cold drinks and chocolate snacks at shop. Dogs Must be on Leads at all times.