Melford Hall, Suffolk
Queen Elizabeth Slept Here!
Places the Tudor Queen stayed
Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire
Manor House (Downton, Salisbury). The home of Sir Walter Raleigh.
Melford Hall (Sudbury, Suffolk). The Queen stayed here in 1578.
Middleton Hall (Tamworth, Staffordshire). The Queen stayed here for a week in 1575.
Onehouse Hall (Onehouse, Suffolk). The Queen was entertained here by Sir William Drury, and it's believed they had breakfast beneath an old oak tree.
Seckford Hall (Woodbridge, Suffolk).
Shaw House (Newbury, Berkshire). The Queen stayed here in 1592, probably in the room now called King Charles' Room.
Stonehouse Court (Stroud, Gloucestershire).
Warwick Castle, Warwickshire
Sudeley Castle (Winchcombe, Gloucestershire).
The Vyne (Sherborne, Hampshire). The Queen was entertained here by William, Lord Sandys, in 1569.
Titchfield Abbey (known then as Place House) (Fareham, Hampshire).
Toomer Farm (Templecombe, Somerset). Local legend says the Queen stayed here while on progress.
Tudor House (Long Itchington, Warwickshire). The Queen is said to have stayed here in 1572 and again in 1575.
Warwick Castle (Warwick, Warwickshire). The Queen stayed here twice, once in 1566 and again in 1572.
The George Hotel (Cranbrook, Kent). The Queen stayed in what is now known as The Crimson Room in 1573.
The Crown Inn (Chiddingfold, Surrey). The Queen stayed here in 1591.
The Queen Elizabeth Inn (Elmley Castle, Worcestershire). Legend has it the Queen stayed at the inn in 1575.
Spread Eagle Hotel (Midhurst, West Sussex). The Queen stayed here in 1591.