Long Melford

Long Melford

Melford Antiques Warehouse has more than 250 individual dealers

Exhibiting a most comprehensive cross section of 18th to 20th Century Antiques, Collectables and Decorative Items.

Kentwell Hall is well known for its Tudor period re-enactment events.

Gardens built in the Elizabethan era.

Long Melford

Long Melford (or Melford, as it is known colloquially) is a large, ancient village in the county of Suffolk, on the border with Essex, which is marked by the River Stour, approximately 16 miles from Colchester and 14 miles from Bury St. Edmunds.

Its name is derived from the nature of the village's layout (originally concentrated along a 3 mile stretch of a single road).

Long Melford is famous for it's large collection of antiques shops and dealers.

Kentwell Hall

Kentwell Hall is well known for its Tudor period re-enactment events, with over 200 re-enactors in full costume and character spread throughout the house and farm demonstrating the roles, trades, language, habits and social interaction of the people of Tudor England.

It includes the hall, outbuildings, a rare breeds farm and gardens first built in the Elizabethan era.