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Nether Hall overlooks the estuary of the River Orwell.  The house is listed Grade II and believed to date from the early 1600's.  The large oak-beamed rooms provide comfortable accommodation for those on the course and an ideal setting for Deborah's extensive collection of pots.  These include work by famous modern studio potters through to antique salt glaze and 15th Century Chinese pieces.  There is also a large library of pottery-related books and magazines which students will find a useful source of inspiration and ideas.
Pottery studio with students' pots drying in the sun


Each bedroom is uniquely furnished with antiques and comfortable beds!


Nether Hall - from the northwest.


The kitchen Aga surrounding by pots.


Nether Hall's front staircase


Nether Hall's back garden


Nether Hall from the Southeast


Clematis in the back garden
Dining room


Relaxing on the sofa


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