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Suffolk - Visit to Glemham Hall
The Norfolk Cambridge Society invites alumni and their guests, for a rare chance for a private tour of the Glemham Hall which is an Elizabethan stately home. It is set around 300 acres of parkland, designed by Repton, on the outskirts of the village of Little Glemham in Suffolk. It is a Grade I listed building, dating back to 1560 and was purchased by the Cobbold family in 1923.
Our tour has been conducted by the present owner, Major Philip Hope-Cobbold, not only does it include the main rooms of the hall but also the cellars, and the largely untouched servants quarters, in the attics. We will also have an opportunity to explore the gardens before having tea in the conservatory.
To reserve tickets, please email the event organiser Geoffery Smart using the link below.
Your ticket price includes a two-hour long tour, with tea and coffee.
There is good access for disabled visitors on the ground floor, and also in the gardens, but there are stairs to the upper floors.