LONG MELFORD CONSERVATORIES & ORANGERY

Melford Green Long Melford Suffolk
Melford Green

We design and install our award-winning traditional and modern conservatories throughout Suffolk and are happy to meet you in Long Melford to discuss your requirements whether you are looking for a conservatory or orangery.

If you are looking for a conservatory for a period or contemporary home, we believe that we can design a conservatory that will complement your property and become an important focal point for your family and visitors.

All our conservatories are bespoke made in our workshops by craftsmen using traditional skills. We marry their skills with modern fitments and double-glazing to ensure excellent insulation and a draught-free environment so that you can enjoy your conservatory not just in the summer, but through the winter as well.

ABOUT LONG MELFORD

Long Melford is in the Stour Valley and its origins go back to medieval times. It was a busy village in Tudor times and remains so today. The Hall Street is the main street in the village and black and white Tudor-beamed, Georgian and Victorian buildings line it.

Melford Hall Long Melford Suffolk
Melford Hall

Even though you may never have visited Long Melford, it may seem familiar to you. The reason is that many of the shops appeared in the TV series Lovejoy that starred Ian McShane. Long Melford was also a favourite location of John Constable who featured the River Stour in many of his paintings.

There are two stately homes close to Long Melford. Melford Hall, still home to the Hyde Parker family, but now owned by the National Trust and Kentwell Hall, a moated Tudor mansion. This privately owned property is the home of Patrick Phillips who bought the house in the 1970’s and has restored it to its former glory. The hall and grounds are used to host to a wide variety of events from concerts to re-enactment days. There is also a farm with rare breeds of animals.

Long Melford Church Long Melford Suffolk
Long Melford Church

Holy Trinity Church, towards the northern end of the village was completed in 1484 and boasts a celebrated example of three hare’s in its medieval stained glass. Edmund Blunden, the WWI poet is buried in the churchyard.

To find out more about our Conservatories and Orangeries, or to make an appointment to meet one of our conservatory designers, Contact Us now.

Telephone 08456 442257Contact Us at Oak Conservatories
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