Kentwell Hall, is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk. It includes the hall, outbuildings, and a rare breeds farm and gardens. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid 16th century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Kentwell Hall, is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk. It includes the hall, outbuildings, and a rare breeds farm and gardens. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid 16th century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Kentwell Hall. Long Melford. Kentwell Hall is one of England's finest moated Tudor houses, described by Country Life as "The epitome of many people's image of an Elizabethan House". It was built and enhanced by successive members of the Clopton family in the first half of the 16th Century on riches derived from the wool trade.

Kentwell Hall. Long Melford. Kentwell Hall is one of England's finest moated Tudor houses, described by Country Life as "The epitome of many people's image of an Elizabethan House". It was built and enhanced by successive members of the Clopton family in the first half of the 16th Century on riches derived from the wool trade.

Kentwell Hall, is a moated manor house in Long Melford, Suffolk. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid 16th century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Kentwell Hall, is a moated manor house in Long Melford, Suffolk. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid 16th century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Set Of C19 Mahogany Chairs at Long Melford Antiques Centre

Set Of C19 Mahogany Chairs at Long Melford Antiques Centre

Holy Trinity, Long Melford, Suffolk... where Elizabeth Tilney stained glass is.

Holy Trinity, Long Melford, Suffolk... where Elizabeth Tilney stained glass is.

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