Possible quadrangular Medieval moat.
Once owned by the Huddleston family who were Catholics.
Said to be haunted.
1553 Queen Mary spent one night at the Hall before being crowned, when hiding form John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland. The future Queen was smuggled out dressed as a milk maid and when Dudley could not find her he burnt the Hall down.
1557-1580 Rebuilt. The Queen donated some of the rubble from Cambridge Castle for the new Hall.
1593 Priests hole.
16 C House.
1890 Ferdinand Huddleston, the last male Huddleston, died and the Hall went to his nephews.
19 C Remodelled. Landscaped.
1970 Reginald Huddleston died and it was inherited by his nephew Anthony Eyre.
* Anthony Eyre sold it to CCL.
1976 Field Investigation.
1991 Evaluation by Cambridge Archaeological Unit, University of Cambridge.
20 C Used as a language school.