Little Hall, in the Market Place, is one of the oldest buildings in Lavenham. The earliest part, that with the gable end, is dated late 1300s, the hall house section (with windows rising the height of the building) early to middle 1400s, and the north wing late 1600s. When the cloth industry failed in the late 1600s, Little Hall was divided into six tenements and remained so until the early 1920s. Thereafter Colonel and Pasha Gayer-Anderson restored the building to its present excellent state. With a team of dedicated guides Little Hall is open to the public on Wed, Thurs, Sat and Sunday afternoons and on Bank Holidays and delights all visitors.