Shurland Hall


Shurland Hall was built between 1510 and 1518 by Sir Thomas Cheyne on the site of a 13th century castle established by Adam De Shurland.

Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn spent a few days at the hall in 1532.

Shurland Hall was saved from collapse when the Spitalfields Trust took it over in 2006 and spent 5 years restoring it. It’s now a private residence.