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Ingatestone Hall, Ingatestone

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Ingatestone Hall is a Grade I listed 16th-century manor house in Essex, England. It is located outside the village of Ingatestone, approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) south west of Chelmsford and 25 miles (40 km) north east of London. The house was built by Sir William Petre, and his descendants (the Barons Petre) live in the house to this day. Part of the house is leased out as offices while the current Lord Petre's son and heir apparent lives in a private wing with his family. The Hall formerly housed Tudor monarchs such as Queen Elizabeth I.

The hall is open to the public on selected afternoons between Easter and September.
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  • I came here whilst passing and thought I'd pop in to see what was here. When I arrived there was a lady on the desk who came across abrupt. Turns out she thought I was part of the film crew who were.....  more
    I came here whilst passing and thought I'd pop in to see what was here. When I arrived there was a lady on the desk who came across abrupt. Turns out she thought I was part of the film crew who were.....  more »
  • We went to the Festival of Flowers. It was a pleasant experience to see the various displays b the London a Overseas Areas of NAFAS. It was well supported. A nice welcome with tea and pastries on.....  more
    We went to the Festival of Flowers. It was a pleasant experience to see the various displays b the London a Overseas Areas of NAFAS. It was well supported. A nice welcome with tea and pastries on.....  more »
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  • Beautiful 16th century house surrounded by fields. So if you have a dog then this is great place to come and enjoy long walks in number of public rights of ways nearby. The house & grounds are temporarily closed to public and will be opened only from Easter 2022 again. Plenty of parking near by. We definitely will come there again!
  • Interesting history. Nice garden. Added medieval event to visit. Very friendly staff. Lovely cafe.

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