Paycocke’s is a Tudor merchant’s house, that is beautiful from the front and stunning from the back, with a huge garden to explore that you never would have imagined when you are looking at it from the road. What is more, there is a lovely little coffee shop at the back and you can also buy some plants from Paycocke’s.

The Paycockes were very wealthy clothiers, and built this spacious house in 1510. It fell into disrepair in the 1880s and was almost demolished, but was resurrected by Noel Buxton, a well known Labour MP, at the turn of the twentieth century.  

It is owned by the National Trust so is free to members but otherwise prices are £7.90 for adults and £3.95 for children. If you buy a ticket for entrance, that can also cover the cost for entry to Grange Barn.

The opening times vary but generally during the summer the house is open 11-5pm and the gardens from 10.30-5pm.

For more information, visit the National Trust website:


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