National Trust Sutton House & Breakers Yard Tea Room

One of London’s last remaining Tudor houses, Sutton House was built in 1535 by Sir Ralph Sadleir. By 1540 he was Secretary of State to Henry VIII and this was his family home.

You’ll find all the atmosphere of a Tudor house as you explore many of the rooms: with fine oak-panelled chambers, a great hall, fireplaces, cellars, and a tranquil courtyard. Then, enjoy the twists and surprises as you discover later period additions that reveal the house’s other histories.

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