Lilford Hall

Lilford Hall

Lilford Hall

The Lilford Estate has at its heart Lilford Hall a Grade I listed stately home over 500 years old and with 100 rooms, the listing of Grade I officially meaning an English house of outstanding architectural and historic interest. Sitting in its own 350 acres of parkland, the Tudor part of the house was built in the 1495, whilst the Jacobean part of the house was built in 1635. The Jacobean part of the house is regarded a work of considerable significance, and Henry Flitcroft's Georgian alterations and additions in the 1740s are of a similar status. The Hall and its Estate are best known for being the main family home of Robert Browne (1550-1633), 'The Father of the Pilgrims' and 'The Grandfather of the Nation' (USA). The Lilford Estate was acquired for the Browne (later Elmes) of Lilford family in 1473 by William Browne ...

Contact & Opening Times

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Address: Lilford Oundle Northamptonshire NN11 8NZ Visit by appointment only Contact via email - lilfordestateoffice@gmail.com

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