Built circa 1560 by the de Glemham Family, Glemham Hall is now owned by Major Philip Hope-Cobbold who inherited it from his uncle in 1994.
With a proud history of changing architecture and landscape, Glemham Hall has a wonderful history waiting to be discovered, join us for one of our house tours where you will explore the hall from the attics down to the cellars!
Or make Glemham Hall exclusively yours for your wedding day; licensed for indoor and outdoor civil ceremonies, gorgeous gardens for drinks and a luxury marquee for your reception, Glemham has everything you need for a perfect wedding day.
Today, the 3000 acre estate hosts a working farm, as well as a busy and varied events calendar, featuring folk festivals, garden theatre, cycling events, antique fairs along with our house & garden tours.
Invitation to View tour information: Visitors will be able to see the majority of the Hall including cellar and attic rooms. The garden and its ice house will also be available to view. Ghostly supper tour in October, 3.5 hours, £40 including cellar supper; Christmas tour £21 including mince pies and mulled wine.
3, 12 March.
7, 12 and 21 April.
Tours only, 14:30pm; must be booked in advance.
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Found on the outskirts of the pretty village of Little Glemham, just outside Woodbridge, stands Glemham Hall. Easy to find and
located just off the A12, Glemham Hall is a 2.5 hour drive from central London.
The nearest rail station is Woodbridge or Wickham Market. A further journey by car or taxi is then required to reach Glemham Hall.
Taxis are available at Woodbridge station but not at Wickham Market.
M & R Cars 01394 380034
- Accessible toilets
- Accessible parking
- Guide dogs welcome
Before the Cobbold's came to own Glemham Hall, it was owned by two other families, the De Glemham Family first and the North family second. According to manuscripts, the Glemhams retained the estate until 1708-1709 when it was sold to Dudley North. Dudley’s wife, Catherine, was a daughter of Elihu Yale, founder of the famous American University. Elihu was generous with the wealth he accumulated; he endowed the famous American University and was also lavish in his gifts to his family. Glemham Hall obtained many treasures at the time as a result.
"One of the finest and most unique venues in Suffolk. Elegant historical house plus luxurious marquee set in beautiful gardens and 300 acres of glorious parkland,THE most romantic setting for YOUR Wedding!"
We are delighted to welcome 'THE Wedding Fayre' team back for their second Autumn show at Glemham Hall.
They'll be stands in both the historic hall itself and in our purpose built, luxury marquee.
With up to 35 quality wedding suppliers to help you plan every little detail of
YOUR Wedding Day.
Bring your friends and family. The fun is all in the planning!
FREE Bottle of Bucks Fizz to the first 20 brides-to-be
FREE Bottle of Beer to the first 20 grooms-to-be after 1pm
FREE Our own glossy Spring show guide
with budget planner, floor plan and exhibitors contact details
FREE Quality Wedding Magazines on arrival
FREE Year Wedding Planner
FREE Goody Bags
Glemham Hall is exclusively yours on your wedding day for your ceremony and reception. With options for indoor & outdoor civil
ceremonies, church ceremonies and marquee receptions, let us take care of you and your guests so you can relax and enjoy your
wedding in a simply stunning setting.
Our wedding was everything we wanted it to be! Donna and Victoria were so helpful and reassuring throughout the whole planning process and definitely do the venue proud. We were lucky enough to have perfect weather for a summerhouse wedding and the grounds were absolutely stunning.
With parkland, garden and indoor space, Glemham Hall offers a great solution to your corporate needs. Get in touch with our team
to find out about bringing your business to Glemham Hall.