Within its own grounds, which, is fast gaining a reputation as one of ‘BRITAINS MOST HAUNTED HOUSES’. Has been featured on MOST HAUNTED TV Series. Set in a secluded valley, the Manor was first recorded in the Doomsday Book in 1162. It still retains much of its original architecture and is in a wonderful state of preservation.
The house has eight rooms which contain period furniture from Elizabethan to the Victorian eras, including a Priest Hole, barrel ceiling and the infamous Haunted Room. In the early 16th century the Manor was owned by Henry Duke of Suffolk father of Lady Jane Grey the 9 day Queen.
There are approximately 2 acres of beautiful gardens, with ponds and wooded walkways for you to enjoy. The popular Tearoom offers morning coffee – light lunches and scrumptious Manor cream teas and are open to the public. There is also a gift shop.