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TOPIC: Halls/Palace, Manors & Mansions of Suffolk


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Halls/Palace, Manors & Mansions of Suffolk


Chantry Mansion on Chantry Park Ipswich which is now used as a care home

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Moyse's Hall in the centre of Bury St Edmunds dates back to 1180 and is one of the oldest habitable buildings in Suffolk 



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The beautiful Helmingham Hall has many of those lovely Elizabethan Chimney Stacks that we see so much of in Suffolk, the gardens are stunning too

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Hintlesham Hall, a beautiful Grade I listed Elizabethan now a top restaurant & Hotel

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Hengrave Hall is beautiful, the oriel window to the front is one of the most ornate windows in the country, I passed by here during the summer but I notice that on this occasion there was no access. Pevsner's book 'The Buildings of Suffolk' features this window on the front cover of his 'bible', when I took these photos Peac0cks were roaming the grounds, the nearby church is very beautiful too

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