Kentwell Hall (Long Melford, Suffolk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Phillips family, bought it and set about restoring it to its former glory. The house has been lovingly and authentically put back how it would have been in its heyday and a large group of historical re-enactment enthusiasts now get involved in a programme of very realistic Tudor themed events. (Since there were no mobility ramps or Stannah stair lifts in Tudor times, you might want to keep that in mind if you have issues with mobility). I took a friend and her children to one of the Tudor days at Kentwell and was absolutely bowled over both by how much there was to see and do and by the total dedication of the actors and enthusiasts who... more
Customer Kentwell Hall (Long Melford, Suffolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/02/09, updated on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 613 readings)
If it wasn't so cold at the moment, this would be the time of year to start noticing the snow drops in the garden and the appearance of the first spring lambs. It's a time of year when I start to think about wanting to go and visit one of my favourite stately homes - Kentwell Hall in Long Melford, Suffolk. And since the media are all predicting we'll be spending less and having more UK holidays this year, I wanted to share this lovely place with you. I used to live a few miles away from Kentwell Hall and I loved this particularly beautiful stately home so much that for three years I had annual membership which enabled me to visit the grounds and farm whenever ... Read the complete review
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