The Prebendal Manor

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The Prebendal Manor


Grade I listed Manor House.

Prebendal Manor

The Prebendal Manor

About The Prebendal Manor

The Anglo-Saxon manor, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is the oldest surviving home in Northamptonshire. The manor is the focal point of a collection of stone structures that also includes a large 18th-century tithe barn, a 15th-century lodging structure, and a 16th-century dovecote. Only after Richard III’s death did two of the prebendaries of this manor lose their positions in court.

Some years ago the gardens were established to represent both the practical and decorative features that could be found in a high status garden between the 13th and 15th centuries. Booking Bed and Breakfast at the Prebendal Manor is possible. A double room with an en-suite bathroom is available. There is a small separate annexed bedroom which can also be booked for an additional cost.

Visit the website by scanning the QR code below:

01780 782575

How to get here

Church Street, Nassington, Peterborough, PE8 6QG