Thornham Hall

Guest Accommodation in Thornham Magna, Suffolk

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Thornham Magna
Suffolk
England
IP23 8HA

Thornham Hall, Thornham Magna

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Welcome to Thornham Hall. We offer exclusive overnight accommodation and weekend breaks. We are also a delightful venue for weddings, conferences and private parties.

Thornham Hall is licenced to sell alcohol.Bordered by ancient stables and a water tower , the 20th century Thornham Hall reflects its gracious past, with open fires, spacious rooms and fine porcelain and portraits. Thornham Hall is set in magnificent parkland and formal gardens at the heart of the Thornham Estate.

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01 October, 1163

Council of Westminster, Henry II claims power to punish criminal clerics

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