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Kentwell Hall

High Street, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9BA

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Kentwell Hall

High Street, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9BA

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Summary

Kentwell Hall, one of Englands finest Tudor houses is privately owned and still lived in by the current owners. Kentwell sits in its own magnificant gardens and grounds that extend to approx 30 acres. Throughout the year many re-creations and special events take place including Tudor, WWi & WWII and Opera weekends.

Where is Kentwell Hall located?

Kentwell is located just outside the Historic village of Long Melford, known for its antique centres and boutique shops. With easy access from all major routes including the A14. Bury St Edmunds is just 20 minutes away and the beautiful timbered village of Lavenham just 10 minutes. Kentwell is just off the A134.

Details on what activities are available at Kentwell Hall?

Kentwell offers a wonderful day out which includes visiting the historic house with its many treasures and works of art and tapestries. The gardens are often described as magical and take you through woodlands, ferneries, the Walled and Sunken gardens and through the wild life meadows; offering an of visions and smells.

Things to do in the local area?

Long Melford is in the Stour Valley that is renewed for its outstanding countryside as well as many activities for visitors, including Gainsborough House and Munnings. A range of award winning restaurants and hotels are all close by including the Black Lion, Long Melford and the Swan Hotel, Lavenham.

Other information

Kentwell has ample free car parking on site. Kentwell is wheelchair assessable (please note no access to the second floor in the house) The Stable Yard Tea Rooms offer a range of dishes and use as much produce from the organic Kentwell Hall estate as possible.

Kentwell Hall also has a Self Catering, Historic House, Garden and Venue:

Kentwell Hall - Hall Barn Self Catering (Self Catering Section)

Kentwell Hall (Historic House Section)

Kentwell Hall (Garden Section)

Kentwell Hall (Wedding Venue Section)

Information on Kentwell Hall , High Street , Long Melford

Opening Times: 11:00 - 17:00 - please visit www.kentwell.co.uk for full details as times may vary during the season.
Admission: http://www.kentwell.co.uk/events
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (Kentwell is buggy friendly)
Dog Friendly: No
Location: Kentwell Hall is situated in the historic village of Long Melford, 20 minutes from Bury St Edmunds and the A14 and 40 minutes from Colchester and the A12.
Facilities: Disabled Access. NOTE: the upstairs of the house is not wheelchair assessable, Free on site car parking and disabled parking is available, Free on site coach parking is available, Gift shop on site, Private, Guided and Groups Tours are available, The Stable Yard Tea Rooms offer a range of home made, home grown dishes and cakes
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Review of Kentwell Hall

Posted on by Roger ACustomer visited Jun 2018

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First visit here and what a wonderful visit it was.So much to see and do.Walk through the wooded area and see the old pottery and kilns,the bronze smelting area all in peace and quiet.A visit to the tea room for quality food with friendly staff.Then on to the house,unfortunately not enough time to see it all,but purchased season tickets so will be back for another visit.


Review of Kentwell Hall

Posted on by Paul SCustomer visited May 2018

You must visit on one of the Tudor days as the place comes alive with some really interesting characters. There is much to see from lovely gardens to the hall itself including warts and all. The cafe serves tasty food at a sensible price. Great day out!


Review of Kentwell Hall

Posted on by Edlol ECustomer visited May 2018

We visited on a gorgeous sunny afternoon when the house and grounds looked spectacular ...the long horn cattle were grazing by the side of the driveway when we arrived. We started by exploring the farm and met the lambs, horses, donkey and piglets, then wondered round the incredible Tudor village ...sadly the ale house was closed! There are lots of information cards in each place which are well worth reading and tell you about the restoration and original function. Next stop the cafe for some tasty hot and very reasonably priced food ...sitting outside whilst a beautiful but greedy peacock tried to scrounge. As for the house and gardens, when you see and read about how the owners have spent decades returning this house and home to its former glory you will realise the true meaning of ‘labour of love’. It’s awesome.


Review of Kentwell Hall

Posted on by Robert BCustomer visited May 2018

Went yesterday for a day with my family, we were very fortunate with the great weather and it was strangely quiet there too which we liked. The house was amazing with very informative leaflets to be found in each room. We then took our time to wander round the stunning grounds which are very well manicured. All the animals were easily accessible and my son loved seeing them.
Staff were great too, especially the very friendly young ladies in the tea rooms!
Highly recommended for a day out


Review of Kentwell Hall

Posted on by Chris BCustomer visited May 2018

Very interesting and informative visit to this lovely old building. The visit was made even more interesting as we visited on a Tudor-themed day with people dressed and speaking as they would have in the 1600's.
A most enjoyable visit.

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