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Melford Hall - A National Trust Property

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Melford Hall is a romantic turreted brick Tudor mansion near the green in the unspoilt village of Long Melford.

The Hyde-Parker family have lived in the house since 1786, Queen Elizabeth I was entertained here in 1578.

The house has a traditional garden with fine trees and clipped box hedges. Seasonal interest in the garden includes daffodils in the spring, herbaceous borders in the summer and autumn colour.

There is a display of items connected with Beatrix Potter who was related to the family and visited often.

New for 2011:

New Visitor reception in the Gate Lodge
New room displays
New interpretation and 'hands on' opportunities
New welcome leaflet
Refurbished Old Kitchen Tea Room
Newly opened Park Room Sitting Room for afternoon tea
Refurbished lavatories at Gate Lodge
Larger range of National Trust gifts available

General Information:

Walk in the historic park

National Trust Gift and Second Hand book Shop and plant sales area

Adapted Lavatory and baby changing facilities at house

Dogs allowed on leads in car park and park walk only (except assistance dogs)
Easy to get to via public transport

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In Long Melford off A134, 14ml S of Bury St Edmunds, 3ml N of Sudbury.

Melford Hall - A National Trust Property Postcode for SatNav: CO10 9AA


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