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Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

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Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)


I know this is very odd, to ask. My wife loves the tudors esp Henry 8th.

She has been ill and as a surpirse i want to take her away for a few days to a hotel/inn that is linked to the Tudor Period.

Hope someone can help me please.

Thanks in advance


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1. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

Not odd!

No personal recc here though, but I did just websearch for "tudor hotels england" and several came up....

Here's one that appears to fit the bill....


Edit - sems to have 2 websites....


Edited: 22 December 2013, 17:23
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2. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

Hever Castle (the childhood home of Anne Boleyn) has 'luxury B&B' accommodation within the grounds:



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3. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

Now this sounds like fun. I haven't checked the reviews so please do so.



It is surprisingly hard to find any with the character left intact. Some I knew but they have been converted to flats. Some came under haunted houses which isn't so good if she has been ill!

Hertfordshire has a wealth of Tudor buildings. Have you been to Hampton Court with the H8 exhibition, Tudor cookery etc? hrp.org.uk/HamptonCourtPalace/WhatsOn/youngh…

How Tudor do you want it? Could it be modernised inside with a spa or should it be authentic?

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4. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

Perhaps visit Lavenham and stay here?

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5. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

Hatfield House is a short journey out of London. The old Place is one of the places "acquired" by Henry VII and where Elizabeth I learnt she was Queen.


Near Hampton Court is Richmond which was another Tudor Palace - only the gatehouse and a side building remain.

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Madeley Court Hotel was built in Tudor times.


Close to Shrewsbury and Ironbridge if that sort of stuff also takes your fancy.

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7. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

The Bear Hotel in Hungerford (https:/…hotels-in-hungerford-the-bear-hotel) was reputedly given to Anne Boleyn as a wedding present. We stayed in the Boleyn Room in the main building of the hotel.

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8. Re: Hotels/Inns with connection to TUDOR History (Henry8th)

You can actually stay at Hampton Court but the two flats might be too big for you


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