Turvey House
Turvey House
A country house in neo-classical style, standing in lovely parkland bordering the River Great Ouse. The interiors of Turvey Hall feature collections of furniture covering the 18th and 19th centuries, plus a wide-ranging collection of ceramics, books, and artwork. Outside the house is a quiet walled garden.
The house is built on the ruins of Old Turvey Hall, residence of the Mordaunt family, whose memorials can be found in the parish church of All Saints, Turvey. The present Hall incorporates parts of the older building, which was torn down in 1786. The Hall was finished in 1792, and is a member of Historic Houses Association, offering free entry to Friends of the HHA.