Please note: This house does not offer free entry to Historic House members.
For alternative options please see other opening options.

Other opening

Overview

Sections of the Hall date back to the mid-15th century, with the facade built by Richard Powys c.1720, concealing a Grade I listed C-shape Elizabethan mansion house, of which chimney breasts remain.

The principal suite, built c.1690, has a Carolean undercut plaster ceiling “among the best of the late 17th century anywhere in East Anglia” (Pevsner). In the early 20th century it also became a Red Cross wartime hospital and convalescent home, while today it is known as a famous cookery school, restaurant and hotel. Robert Carrier & Ruth Watson were the most recent owners and were instrumental in several major renovations.


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Visit by Private Tours only.

Please check the website for further information, admission times and details for our special events

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Forthcoming Tours

11 Mar 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

14 Apr 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

11 Jun 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

12 Aug 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

13 Oct 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

10 Dec 2020
11AM - 3PM | £40.00

Tour Overview


Opening
Opening

Visit by Private Tours only.

Other opening


A word from the owner

Hintlesham Hall welcomes you to individually tailored accommodation for business trips or a private breaks in peaceful grounds, with pampering spa treatments; full afternoon tea or fine-dining in Carrier's Restaurant. To organising a very special day for your wedding or creating the perfect environment for a business meeting. Whatever your requirement we are here to be of service to you.