The Manor House
This 17th-century farmhouse offers woodland gardens with a rich variety of wildlife.
16 June 2019
- Entrance fee:
- £4.00 per adult, children under 12 go free
- 1.30 pm - 5.00 pm
- Garden owner:
- Dr T.G and Mrs D.M Inskip
For all enquiries, please get in touch with Charmaine Norrish by email at CNorrish@redcross.org.uk or by phone on 01582 589083
The house was established as a farmhouse next to the village church in the 17th century.
The north garden and drive are in a woodland area with spring bulbs. The more formal west garden has a circular bed on the site of an old well.
The main lawn is south facing and leads down to a large pond. This provides sanctuary for ducks, moorhens, frogs, toads and a variety of insects and dragonflies. Managing the garden for human interest and wildlife is a balance. Wildlife needs the cover and debris that is untidy to the human eye!
Refreshments will be served on the terrace overlooking the central lawn down to the pond.
Parking will be available in the drive and nearby field if required.
Thurleigh Road is off the A6 in Milton Ernest. Turn east opposite the Queen’s Head Hotel. The Manor House is the first house on the right after the church on Thurleigh Road.
- Teas and refreshments
- Plant stall
- Car parking
- Limited wheelchair access
- Dogs on leads