Trip Planner : Europe / UK / England / East Anglia / Suffolk / Babergh District / Long Melford / Sightseeing / Melford Hall
Melford Hall, Long Melford
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Melford Hall is located in Long Melford. Work out when and for how long to visit Melford Hall and other Long Melford attractions using our handy Long Melford vacation generator.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Visited the house, grounds and Beatrix Potter exhibition early in October. Staff very welcoming and informative as you wander around its beautiful and impressive interior.
We joined the National Trust this year and have taken full advantage of our new cards, we have visited many houses now all over, but last Sunday 1/10/2016 we thought we'd visit Melford Hall as it's cl... read more »
Very interesting well kept stately home. The rooms had plenty of information and we'll informed guides.
Melford Hall offers everything you would expect from a National Trust stately home. The history of the house is fascinating and the interiors and antique furniture is outstanding. The family had links to Beatrix Potter who was a regular visitor. The original Jemima Puddleduck is on display in the nursery. The volunteers placed around the house were knowledgable and made the story come to life. The tea shop is also worth a visit and I personally recommend the sausage rolls.
Lovely historic house and grounds. Nice tea shop with outdoor seating.
Lovely visit here..very knowledgeable guides in each room..nice tearoom and garden...very peaceful
Handsome house. Friendly and interesting guides. Good stories!
LeeStock Music Festival
A unique setting for any occasion! Melford Hall is a dramatic and beautiful Elizabethan house, part of which dates back to medieval times. Its 120 acres of parkland and lakes are available for weddings and corporate events or as a location for photography and filming. Melford Hall is in the historic village of Long Melford, in the beautiful south Suffolk countryside between Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds. Sixty miles from London, it is easily accessed by road, rail and air (via London Stansted). The Hall was mostly constructed in the 16th century. Melford Hall started out as a monastic hunting estate. Queen Elizabeth I visited in 1578. Melford Hall was sacked during the civil war. Beatrix Potter was a cousin of the Hyde Parker family and frequently stayed at the house. The Hall was requisitioned during World War Two. The North Wing burnt down in 1942. In 1960 it passed into the care of the National Trust.
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.