- Lyddington Bede House
Lyddington Bede House is a historic house in
Rutland, England, owned and opened to the public by English Heritage.The existing a Grade Ilisted building is a part of a former palace of the Bishops of Lincoln, situated close to the church in the village of Lyddington.
After the Reformation, ownership passed to the Cecil family who made it their private house. By 1600 it had passed to
Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, son of Lord Burghley, who converted it into an almshousefor twelve poor bedesmenand it continued in this use until 1930. A feature is the former bishops’ Great Chamber with its beautifully-carved ceiling cornice.
The remains of the fishponds of the bishop's palace are nearby.
Nearby English Heritage attractions
* Rushton Triangular Lodge
* Eleanor Cross, Geddington
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