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Melford Hall, Long Melford

(4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • Excellent building...great staff...beautiful grounds...easy parking Would recommend getting national trust membership at point of visit...for two or more of you with multiple visits this will be cheap...  more »
  • Stopped here on the way to Southwold, only a short detour and well worth it. A nice house with a Beatrix Potter connection. Interesting architecture including a hidden door! Nice collection of vases a...  more »
  • View the historical Melford Hall to get a sense of village life. This and Kentwell Hall are the two major manor homes of the wool merchants that dominated village life.  more »
  • Great little house with some interesting rooms and very knowledgeable people to tell you the history. Small gardens but very nice. Croquet lawn to picnic on if you get the weather.
  • The house is stunning. Flawless. However the garden was a huge let down. I went in October (granted not the height of the garden season but even with that in mind....) With£4.90 per person I did feel let down. It was one garden. Beautifully kept but not worth the money if you ask me. It took all of 6 min to walk round the garden. Go. Just make sure you invest on a ticket for the house and not just the garden as we did.
  • We had a lovely day :) The Dahlias are absolutely beautiful !!!! The Staff were really friendly and informative .The staff in the Cafe were lovely too. The house is beautiful x
  • 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 visit here..very knowledgeable guides in each room..nice tearoom and garden...very peaceful