Paycocke’s House and Garden

Paycocke’s House has lots of stories to tell, from riches to rags and back again. Built in 1509 by Thomas Paycocke, the House has a bold front range and was described by Pevsner as ‘one of the most attractive half-timbered houses in England’. It was saved from neglect by a descendant of Paycocke, who in 1904 began a twenty year restoration project, including the creation of a delightful Arts and Crafts garden.

Coach accessibleRestaurant / CaféShop

Opening times and prices

26th March to 2nd November, Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays 10.30am -5pm.
Admission – National Trust Members free. £5 adults, £2.50 children.

Contact

25 West Street, Coggeshall, Colchester, Essex CO6 1NS
01376 561305
paycockes@nationaltrust.org.uk
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/paycockes-house-and-garden

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