Bayleaf is a timber-framed hall-house dating mainly from the early 15th century. The central hall, heated by an open fire, is flanked at one end by service rooms and at the other by rooms for the owner and his family. With replica furniture and equipment, the farmstead is presented as it might have been in about 1540.

Bayleaf Tudor Farmhouse interior Weald & Downland Living Museum








Bayleaf before dismanteling

Bayleaf on its original site, before dismantling. The added rear wing has not been included in the reconstruction.

Bayleaf during dismantling

Bayleaf during dismantling. The solar end has been removed, leaving the original hall and service end.