Lambing, Spring Bulbs and Daffodils
This is a wonderful time of year to visit Kentwell Hall, an historic Tudor house that is completely moated and has over 30 acres of gardens and grounds.
Lambing time at Kentwell is everyone’s favourite as you get to meet all the new born lambs in the Stable Yard whilst the older ones will be running around the paddocks.
And it is the perfect time to visit the grounds with the last show of snowdrops and the new displays of daffodils just appearing. The spring bulbs including primroses, violets, and the fruit blossom combined with the bedding plants in the courtyard give wonderful seasonal colour.
The farm has pigs, sheep, chickens, Shetland ponies and horses will be open.
The Stable Yard tea rooms will be open and serving light lunch