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Daffo-thrills! Where to see daffodils in Norfolk

March is here, we've got a spring in our step, and we're ready for some botanical colour. Here's 6 places to spot it - in every shade of yellow...

Felbrigg Hall, near Cromer


If you want to feel like Mary Lennox 2.0 we thoroughly recommend a turn around the grounds of this gorgeous estate, which is positively dripping in golden daffodils each springtime.

Need to feel even more ‘springy’? The cute lambs and calves which also live on the grounds only add to the overall effect. Don’t miss the apricot and peach blossom, either, which usually begins to bloom this month. Heavenly!

Pensthorpe, near Fakenham


There are always lovely swathes of daffs to be found among the vivid, sprawling gardens of this nature-spotters paradise.

Even better? There’s brilliant adventure play equipment and a genuinely classy (honestly) indoor play area for your little people. Plus, a cute cafe and plenty of bird watching opportunities, should that float your boat.

Hindringham Hall, Hindringham


This beautiful brick and flint Tudor Hall only opens the gates of its storybook gardens for certain days between April and October – but it’s worth booking to experience the medieval moat, the swans…oh, and the daffodils!

Hindringham Hall‘s grounds are a blaze of gold and orange around this time of year – catch it while you can.

Oxburgh Hall, Near Swaffham


Are you fond of pheasant eyes? Or maybe you’re more of a double-headed kinda gal? Whatever your fave variety of daffodil, you may well find it nodding in the spring breeze at this pretty National Trust property in South West Norfolk.

The Honing Mile, Honing


The annual ‘golden mile’ which appears along the village of Honing’s Long Lane is something of a favourite local secret. Located just a few hops and skips from North Walsham, the village has previously offered vintage tractor tours for people hoping to tour their beautiful blooms.

While there’s no info on the village website about this year’s flowers, the daffs are bound to be popping up soon.

Chippenham Park Gardens, Newmarket

You’ll have to hop over the county border for this one, but it’s worth it to experience these ultra-renowned daffodils and spring gardens, open between 1 March and 1 April.

Stretch your legs across 40 stunning acres of garden, then treat yourself to a home-made scone in the cafe. Tis the (spring) season, after all.

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