Willy Lott’s Cottage

Willy Lott’s House is a Grade 1 listed building made famous by Suffolk’s greatest painter John Constable who featured it in perhaps his most renown work The Hay Wain. Originally part of Gibbeon’s Gate Farm at Flatford where Willy was a tenant, sitting in the heart of Constable Country on the banks of the Stour; Originally a cottage it was changed to House- the name Constable used; It is now owed by the National Trust.

Website –        https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/flatford/features/willy-lotts-house-at-flatford

Telephone –     0344 8001895

Email –             enquiries@nationaltrust.org.uk

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