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Glemham Hall

Little Glemham, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP13 0BT

Glemham Hall in the countryside

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Tours

Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Wheelchair accessible on the ground floor only. Lots of stairs to navigate including steep stairs into the attics. Majority of garden is level and step-free, with the exception of the terrace in the Rose Garden.
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This huge 16th-18th century house and its gardens are equally full of charm and curiosity, as is the haunted staircase and fine 200-acre park designed by Repton and known for its ancient oaks. The whole estate was bought by the Cobbold brewing family in the early 20th century.

The red brick mansion, originally of the Elizabethan period, was built (around 1560) by the de Glemhams, a family which took its name from Great (Magna) and Little (Parva) Glemham. Considerable structural changes were made to the Hall between 1712 and 1722, giving it an overall Georgian façade.

Visitors will be able to see the majority of the Hall including attic rooms. The garden and its ice house will also be available to view.

 

Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Wheelchair accessible on the ground floor only. Lots of stairs to navigate including steep stairs into the attics. Majority of garden is level and step-free, with the exception of the terrace in the Rose Garden.
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

TOUR DURATION
2 hours

TOUR PRICE
£30

REFRESHMENTS
Tea/coffee and cake

ACCESS NOTES
Restricted to ground floor of house. Lawns and grassed pathways in garden.

SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS
No photography. No dogs. No smoking.

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