Home of Lord and Lady Somerleyton. Somerleyton Hall is an early Victorian stately mansion built in Anglo-Italian style with lavish architectural features, magnificent carved stonework and fine state rooms. Paintings by Landseer, Wright of Derby and Stanfield. Wood carvings by Willcox of Warwick and Grinling Gibbons. The justly renowned 12-acre gardens feature an 1846 yew hedge maze, glasshouses by Paxton, fine statuary, pergola and walled garden. Vulliamy tower clock, specimen trees and borders. Loggia tearoom and gift shop.