The Bayfield

The Bayfield

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Named after Bayfield Hall a Grade II listed building which stands in a small estate close to the village of Letheringsett and the hamlet of Glandford. The house that stands today was built in the last part of the 18th Century replacing an earlier manor house thought to have been built in the 16th Century. That house had been constructed as an early medieval manor house.

The house seen today is a late 18 century Georgian style construction built on a rectangular plan with a service wing running of to rear facing east forming a right angle to the body of the house.

The name Bayfield devolved from the Anglo-Saxon language and has the means Open Field.

Bayfield Hall stands next to the ruins of the medieval church of Saint Margaret which once was the parish church.