Otley Hall01473 890264workHistoric HouseA 15thC moated hall of outstanding beauty, set in 10 acres of gardens. Rich in architectural detail and history. Family home to the Gosnolds for 250 years from c1454, the most notable of whom was Bartholomew Gosnold who voyaged to the New World in 1602, named Cape Cod and Martha's Vinyard, and returned in 1607 to found the Jamestown Settlement, the 1st English speaking settlement in the US. Links with Shakespeare's Tempest. The gardens include re-creations of a medieval knot garden, designed by leading garden historian Sylvia Landsberg. Otley Hall, Hall Lane, Otleynr IpswichSuffolkIP6 9PAUnited Kingdom52.1610524350001.225800585300http://www.visitsuffolk.com/?dms=3&pid=
Otley Hall, Hall Lane, Otley, nr Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 9PA
Beautiful Tudor hall set in 10 acres of award winning gardens. Open for conferences, meetings, guided tours, weddings and events.
Suitability for the Disabled: Partial. Refreshments/Cafe/Tearoom: Licensed. Guided Tours: By arrangement.
Open Gardens every Wed May - Sept. 11am - 4pm. £3.00 entrance, cafe serving light lunches and afternoon tea also open every Wed May - Sept. The House and grounds are available for private tours. For more information please visit our website.