Arborfield Hall From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Arborfield Hall c. 1850 Arborfield Hall was a large country house on the banks of the River Loddon near the village of Arborfield in Berkshire . History [ edit] The manor house, which originally stood on the site, was occupied by the Bullock family from the early 13th century. 
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Main article: Arborfield Hall The manor house, which originally stood on the site, was occupied by the Bullock family from the mid-12th century. The last Arborfield Hall, built in 1837, was the home of Sir John Conroy, Controller of the Household of the Duchess of Kent. It was demolished in 1955. Churches
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Other Places of Interest around Arborfield Hall. Arborfield Hall Lat/Long: 51.406,-0.926 Category: Landmark Wikipedia Article: Arborfield Hall Updated: 2016-08-29 Arborfield Hall was a large country house on the banks of the River Loddon near the village of Arborfield in Berkshire.