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Kentwell Hall, Long Melford

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4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
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  • This was absolutely brilliant! We went this evening with our adult children and partners and had such a great time! It's scary, funny, fantastically well organised and great value for money. I had tho...  read more »
  • We went for our third annual visit to Scaresville this week and it was another brilliant night out for our group of eight friends (four of whom were Scaresville virgins). There were a lot of new frigh...  read more »
  • My first time with 5 colleagues. All a bit apprehensive. Had a great time. It was done so well. Just first class entertainment. Screamed & laughed never knowing what was around the next corner or next...  read more »
  • Fantastic Tudor recreations. Definitely pays to talk to the participants who will give you lots of information about the Tudor way of life.
  • Kentwell Hall's re-enactments are magical. Captivating. You ARE in Tudor times, without question - and it's AMAZING!!
  • Great day spent here seeing how people lived in the 16th century. Often have re-enactments staged all over the hall from cooks to surfs the lords and ladies. really interesting. We went over Easter and had a brilliant day. I like visiting the apothecary best!
  • Beautiful Place. Our day was very enjoyable at Kentwell, it has a lovely atmosphere, staff were very pleasant and the whole place was so relaxing and warm. The house is kept very well despite being a working house, you get a real feel for Tudor living. the moat is lovely, and the Walled Garden is amazing. On a summers days it is so warm in the garden, the variety of plants is amazing and you can't miss the resident Peacock. There is plenty to explore as well with the side and Back Moats, the Farm and the furry long Haired Donkeys. Lunch was light and lovely in the Stables Cafe, and the walks around the outer woods finished the day off. Highly recommend on a beautiful summers day if you want a relaxing enjoyable day out with the family and Children.
  • Beautiful house and gardens and the Tudor recreations are second to none.
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