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Seckford Hall (Woodbridge)

Seckford Hall is a historic house at Woodbridge.

It is a Tudor brick mansion, which is now used as a hotel.

The hall was built for the Seckford family, who were prominent lawyers, and Elizabeth I held court here on one of her progresses around England.

During the 18th century, it fell into some delapidation and became a farmhouse, but was rescued in the 1920s by Colonel Woodley.

The Great Hall contains an exquisite screen.

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