Built in 1553
Old Hall was built in 1553 (for the curious, at that time Edward VI was King – he was the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour and Old Hall was once home to lady-in-waiting to Lady Jane Grey – queen for 9 days). Set in six acres, and home to our two Wire Fox Terriers, Humphrey and Hattie, our hens (Joni, Stevie, Sade and Kate) and the horses, Romeo and Py. Old Hall is grade 2 listed and an enchanting Tudor property which was originally built by Baron Tilney after whom several local villages are named.
The Old Hall offers two separate and self-contained holiday accommodations: The Coach House and the East Wing both provide separate, self-catering accommodations
We look forward to your stay.