In this episode, I head to South Yorkshire to visit Sheffield Manor Lodge. During the sixteenth century, Sheffield Manor Lodge was a luxurious hunting lodge belonging to the powerful Earls of Shrewsbury. Unfortunately, much of the building’s fabric has since been lost to time. The only structure to remain entirely intact is the Turret House, which sits alongside the ruins of the rest of the manor house.
Seckford Hall is a historic country house set in acres of stunning grounds and gardens. Now a luxury hotel, guests can stay in unique accommodation, including the room once visited by Elizabeth I.
In this episode, I head to the county of Suffolk to visit Otley Hall. A house of enormous historical significance, the part-timber, part-brick building is a traditional Tudor design and retains many original features.
I’m joined by Louisa Flavell, who moved to Otley Hall in 2020 and is committed to bringing this stunning Tudor building back to its former glory.
Hylton Cottage is located in the heart of Lavenham in Suffolk – one of the best preserved medieval towns in the country.
Discover Freston Tower in Suffolk, thought to be the oldest building of its kind in England. Now available as a holiday let, Freston Tower’s intriguing story dates back to the sixteenth century.
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