Set in the unspoilt village of Long Melford, the house has changed little externally since 1578 when Queen Elizabeth I was entertained here, and retains its original panelled banqueting hall. It has been the home of the Hyde Parker family since 1786. There are a Regency library, Victorian bedrooms, good collections of furniture and porcelain and a small display of items connected with Beatrix Potter, who was related to the family. The garden contains some spectacular specimen trees and a banqueting house, and there is an attractive walk through the park.
Open 1 April 2015 to 1 November 2015, Wednesday to Sunday from 1to 5pm (including Bank Holiday Mondays.
House and Garden: £8.30, child £4.15, family £20.75. Groups (pre-booked) £7.10. Garden only: £4.10, child £2.05, family £10.25++.
- National Trust
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