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Nestled within the picturesque Suffolk countryside, on the grounds of Euston Hall, stands the magnificent Temple. This remarkable structure, designed by the renowned architect William Kent in 1746, was originally constructed as a banqueting house for the esteemed 2nd Duke of Grafton.

The Temple stands as a striking testament to the architectural brilliance of its time. Its grandeur and beauty captivate visitors, transporting them back to an era of opulence and elegance.

Surrounded by the serene parkland of Euston Hall, the Temple Folly offers a tranquil escape where visitors can immerse themselves in the rich history and stunning natural surroundings. Its architectural splendor and picturesque setting make it a true gem within the Suffolk countryside.



Indulge in breathtaking views from the octagonal, domed Palladian house known as The Temple. This architectural marvel offers unparalleled vistas that encompass the surrounding parkland, the tranquil river Blackbourne, the charming Church of St Genevieve, the magnificent Euston Hall, and its serene gardens.

Tucked away in a secluded location, this hidden treasure retains many of its original features, providing a sense of history and character. Recently, the Temple Folly has undergone a meticulous refurbishment, elevating it to the highest standards of luxury and comfort. It now offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience, surpassing the conventional holiday rental options.

Euston Hall, a cherished residence of the Dukes of Grafton for over three and a half centuries, stands as a testament to the estate's illustrious past. With its rich history and grandeur, it has become one of the esteemed estates in the county. Conveniently accessible from the A14 or the A12, it is a mere 40-minute drive from Cambridge, an hour from Norwich, and just 90 minutes from London.

Immerse yourself in the beauty, tranquility, and storied heritage of Euston Hall and its remarkable Temple Folly. Experience the allure of this captivating destination, where history, nature, and refined elegance converge.

Read about The Temple in Norfolk/Suffolk Life Magazine

Read about The Temple in an article from The Telegraph newspaper

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