Hill House Hall is easy to find in Woodbridge as it is situated next to the Shire Hall on the Market Hill built in 1575 by Thomas Seckford.
The Market Hill remains a busy hub of Woodbridge with numerous markets and events held there throughout the year.
Woodbridge is accessible by both road and rail, and the local train station is less than 10 minutes walk away.
Trains to Woodbridge chug along the East Coast line from Ipswich to Lowestoft, offering tremendous views of the Deben Estuary, the Saxon burial ground of Sutton Hoo and the sea beyond.
Rail arrived in this ancient market town in 1859, when the Eastern Union Railway and the East Suffolk Railway jointly built the station. Trainline for Tickets
Suffolk is a great area for cyclists with low traffic levels, and picturesque routes out to the coast. We welcome cyclists and can offer secure storage for your bicycle.
Woodbridge is also on a key cycling route known as Sustrans Cycle Route 1
Sitting on the River Deben, Woodbridge was once a shipbuilding hub, producing much of the English fleet that defeated the Spanish Armada. Although the river still plays a key role in Woodbridge's economy and culture, it is largely used by leisure craft today. Tidemill Harbour
Woodbridge is along a distance footpath known as The Sandlings Walk (55 miles, 89 Km) that runs to Southwold through the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty- Suffolk Coast & Heaths.
Woodbridge is served by the A12, which offers easy transport links to many areas of the country, including London and other routes via the A14. The map below shows the location of Hill House Hall marked on the map, with the easiest route onto the Market Hill being the middle of the three roundabouts from the A12, which will bring you straight down and onto the Market Hill where you will find Hill House on the left hand side as you enter the Market Square.