Visit Crow’s Hall, where owner Caroline Spurrier, who oversaw the award-winning renovations, will lead a tour of this once-dilapidated Tudor house with the earliest timbered caged staircase. Then, cross the moat to the longest Tudor barn in East Anglia and learn about the extraordinary number of magic symbols with Timothy Easton, an architectural historian and world authority on post-medieval protective symbols. Following lunch, explore St Nicholas Church, Bedfield, and Timothy’s own house, Bedfield Hall, whose early-C17th owner challenged the Devil to a duel and had his kitchen ceiling covered with magic circles to protect against witchcraft and fire.

Tickets £65 including a ploughman's lunch at Crow's Hall and tea and cakes following the tour at Bedfield Hall