Coggeshall Historic Buildings Location map
 
  Photograph of the rear of Paycocke's and the garden, Coggeshall, Essex, England   Paycocke's.

This view from the rear of the 16th Century merchant's house shows a small part of the garden.

 

 

Enlarge Comment  
 
  Photograph of the 15th Century Woolpack Inn, Church Street, Coggeshall, Essex, England   The Woolpack Inn.

This inn was built in the 15th century and was standing next to the parish church even before America was discovered. Its original owner is unknown, although it is likely that it once belonged to one of Coggeshall's rich merchants.

Between 1665 and 1708, the house was used as a Non-Conformist chapel, and in 1708 became an Inn known as the Woolpack.

They do very good lunches here with a good choice of meals.

Enlarge Comment  
 
  View of timber-framed buildings in Church Street, Coggeshall, Essex, England   Some more timber framed buildings in Church Street.

 

 

 

Enlarge Comment  
 
  View of a timber-framed house with brick noggin, Coggeshall, Essex, England   A timber framed house dating from 1467 showing brick noggin (infill) on the ground floor. Bricks were more expensive than the usual wattle and daub and so carried more status.

 

 

 

Enlarge Comment More ancient buildings