Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Suffolk

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Showing 8 properties in Suffolk

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An exceptional garden: 19th century box parterre, edged with a spring border, an Elizabethan kitchen garden and double cruciform herbaceous border all surrounded by Saxon moat, in same ownership for 500 years. New herb and rose gardens contain plants cont... read more
Euston Hall - Suffolk
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Euston is a medium-sized, red brick Palladian house and is largely the work of Matthew Brettingham (1699-1769). It impresses by its proportions, elegant yet simple detail and excellent brickwork. This was known at the time as the most magnificent Pallad... read more
Haughley Park - Suffolk
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Imposing mellow red brick Jacobean manor house (Grade I) with 6 acres of mature gardens set in undulating parkland. 17th century Barn (Grade II) approached from gardens, with main hall in red brick and fine timber roof.

This property offe... read more
Kentwell Hall - Suffolk
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Moated brick Tudor manor house built on wool trade wealth in 16th century and interior remodelled by Hopper in 1825. Recently and imaginatively restored, the house now reflects the life and work of a Tudor house from Great Kitchen to Herb and Potager Gard... read more
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Splendid early Victorian mansion built in Anglo-Italian style by John Thomas, with lavish architectural features, magnificent caved stonework and fine state rooms. Paintings by Landseer, Wright of Derby and Stanfield, woodcarvings by Willcox of Warwick, a... read more
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The grand Georgian facade of Wingfield College conceals a rare medieval survival: the remnants of a chantry college of priests, complete with a cloister walk and great hall from 1362. It is one of the largest surviving timber-framed buildings of its type ... read more
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This impressive red brick Elizabethan mansion is steeped in history and is the perfect setting for a traditional English county-style wedding. Glemham Hall was built circa 1560 by the de Glemham family, who took their name from nearby Great (Magna) and L... read more
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The house at 46 Gainsborough Street in Sudbury, Suffolk dates back to around 1520. Thomas Gainsborough’s parents, John and Mary Gainsborough, probably moved here in 1722, five years before the artist was born.

Four distinct periods of arc... read more