Otley Hall

Otley Hall has long been regarded as the oldest house in Suffolk to have survived largely intact, with many rooms remaining unchanged for 500 years. The Hall is an impeccable example of late medieval architecture and is steeped in history.

Surrounded by serene countryside, Otley Hall has a magical, timeless atmosphere where the present is inextricably interconnected with the past. Step back in time to discover the fascinating historic moments that took place within its walls, including how Bartholomew Gosnold planned his two voyages that would result in the founding of the United States and how Otley Hall may have inspired some of Shakespeare’s greatest works.

Getting there

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