Tudor Lodge is an English folk music ensemble, which was formed in 1968, featuring John Stannard and Roger Strevens. The group started playing at the White Horse in Reading, England, and later made appearances at other clubs on the folk circuit. In 1969 Lyndon Green replaced Strevens. Green had just returned to England after treading the hippy trail to Turkey and, within a year, they were joined by the American singer and flautist, Ann Steuart. Tudor Lodge then toured the English folk circuit for over two years, teaming up with manager Karl Blore towards the end of 1970, and releasing their first album in 1971: Tudor Lodge on Vertigo Records. Later that year, the group appeared at the Cambridge Folk Festival.
Steuart left the group in 1972, and was briefly replaced by Linda Peters, who became better known through her work with husband Richard Thompson. That year saw Tudor Lodge touring the Netherlands, where they featured on Dutch radio after which the group disbanded with their various careers diverging.