Pictures of buildings mentioned in the second edition “Suffolk” volume of “The Buildings of England” series by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner.

There are three entries as well as the church for Mettingham. Mettingham Castle, Mettingham Hall and Mettingham House. Only the Castle is shown here. Of it, Pevsner says "Licence to crenellate was given in 1342. A college was founded at the same time at Raveningham in Norfolk and moved to Mettingham c1390. The college took over the castle premises. The chief relic of the castle is the gatehouse, with two towers, square to the front but canted towards the adjoining walls. Four-centred archway with two sunk-quadrant mouldings dying into the ipmposts. The archway was vaulted. Remains of the barbican can still be seen. Of the other buildings only odd fragments of walls survive." Here is all that can be seen from the road:
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