Stretching across 2,000 acres of parkland, farmland and woodland, the beautiful Thornham Estate is located in the valley of the River Dove in rural north Suffolk. Thornham has a long and rich history and has belonged to the Henniker-Major family for over 250 years. The family continue to live at Thornham Hall and take a keen interest in the running of the Estate. Today, in addition to arable farming, environmental conservation schemes and woodland, a number of other enterprises operate on the Thornham Estate. These include over 12 miles of well-established and popular permissive walks, known as Thornham Walks, a popular cafe, thriving artisan businesses, a Walled Garden, fishing lakes, holiday accommodation and commercial and residential rental properties.
New Volunteer and Visitor Centre at Thornham Walks
The Centre is the visitor hub and arrival point and it houses a permanent display about the Thornham Estate and its history. It also provides a space to host events and activities and is available for hire. Further information.