Ketteringham Hall, a potted history

Norfolk’s medieval office space

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Key Dates

  • Estate in existence since 1066

  • Built in the 15th century

  • Used as an active US Air force base in WWII

  • Sold to the Duke of Westminster in 1948

  • Used as a preparatory school until 1965

  • Bought by Colin Chapman in 1970

  • The home of Lotus F1

All the modern facilities of a Norwich office but in the tranquil setting of the Norfolk countryside.

Ketteringham Hall is a beautiful juxtaposition of the old and the new. A 15th Century Tudor manor, Ketteringham Hall’s converted office space boasts a number of modern facilities the most recent of these being the 100 Mbps fibre optic broadband.

This amazing feature, installed in 2013, brings all the hi-tec benefits of working in Norwich city centre with the peace and tranquillity of working in the beautiful Norfolk countryside. Our super fast broadband makes it possible to share your files with regional offices, partners and remote workers in next to no time, as well as giving you the ability to move your meetings online with top quality video conferencing. You will also experience higher quality VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services and benefit from more responsive hosted business applications such as CRM applications.

Modern CCTV, with remote access, provides reliable security, while an on-site caretaker is available should you have any queries.

Set in the lovely picturesque orchard with full access to the surrounding areas, the onsite crèche and nursery is another facility of note. The nursery is a range of converted buildings with three classrooms each with their own access to the outdoor environment. Orchard Nursery School provides education and day care to children three months to five years and is OFSTED registered.

The reception area, just inside the magnificent entrance, is for use by all businesses renting an office and is decorated in keeping with the heritage of the building. The Kettingham Hall Estate is also home to both an Ketteringham Hall Angling Club and Ketteringham Hall Cricket Club run by private establishments of which membership is open to you should you qualify and wish to join.