The Manor dates from Saxon times and is mentioned in Domesday Book. It was confiscated by Maud, wife of William the Conqueror, from one Britric, and subsequently owned by the Earls of Hereford and later by Henry V as part of the Duchy of Lancaster.
WEDDING RECEPTIONS booked here are able to celebrate over the full WEEKEND – with family and friends staying in our self-catering holiday cottages.
We are told by all our Brides and Grooms that the day of their Wedding races past in such an adrenalin whirr they are grateful to have an opportunity the next day to be able to see and talk again with everyone over a Brunch or BBQ – and extend the celebration of their WEDDING in such a memorable way.
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