History Seckford Hall is an established Tudor mansion, however, there are datings of the manor in records from 1185. The timber fragments from some of the houses' rooms, are as early as 1489, yet the rest of the house is dated between 1541 and 1550. Possessing plenty of its original features, Seckford Hall is a prime example of stunning Tudor architecture. It is widely believed that Queen Elizabeth I has stayed at Seckford Hall herself. Despite its rich history, the hall was almost demolished in 1939 as it had fallen into disrepair. In 1951 the property was acquired by the Bunn family and had been converted into a country house hotel and restaurant. Now part of the Heritage Rocks Group, Seckford Hall is lovingly restored to its former glory and the perfect choice for your wedding!