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Ketteringham Hall

Overview

From 1066 to the present day, Ketteringham Hall is steeped in history. Active in World War 2 and with a hand in Mary Antoinette’s attempted rescue, behind these walls there are so many stories.

Standing in an estate of 36 acres of woodland and open grassland, Ketteringham Hall has had a long history. The estate itself is known to have been in existence during the time of Edward the Confessor (1004–1066) and was mentioned in the Domesday Book when it was in the possession of two Saxon lords: Ulf and Ketel. It is from Ketel that the name of Ketteringham is derived.

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Contact Details

Ketteringham Hall
Church Road
Ketteringham
Wymondham
Norfolk
NR18 9RS