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Melford Hall

Melford Hall is one of East Anglia's finest Tudor mansions and most celebrated Elizabethan houses. See the classic Tudor interior and panelled banqueting hall where Elizabeth I was entertained lavishly, along with 2,000 members of her Court.
Regency, Georgian and Victorian rooms chart the tastes of the Hyde Parker family, who have lived here since 1786. A naval family, the house is filled with reminders of their history including fine nautical paintings and even plunder looted from a Spanish ship in 1762. 
During the Second World War, Melford was home to evacuee children from London and British army soldiers including the 1st Battalion of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, who spearheaded the assualt on Gold Beach during the D-Day landings. 
Melford also boasts a connection with Beatrix Potter, who sketched here on her visits.
Facilities include a shop, plant sales and light refreshments area. 

Melford Hall Address:              
Melford Hall
Long Melford
CO10 9AA
England, UK

Melford Hall Opening Times:    
April 2nd to 17th, Saturday and Sunday, 1.30 to 5.00 pm 
April 23rd to October 2nd, Wednesday to Sunday, 1.30 to 5.00 pm
October 8th to 30th, Saturday and Sunday, 1.30 to 5.00 pm

Open Bank Holiday Monday afternoons.  Closed Good Friday. Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Melford Hall Admission:           
Adult £6.00
Child £3.00
Family £14.50
Garden Only
Adult £3.00
Child £1.40
Family £7.25 

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