Brook Manor House (Buildings Section)
15 June 2018 at 2:15 pm
A rare opportunity to visit the exceptional Grade II* Listed Brook Manor House dating from 1656 has arisen thanks to the generous invitation of the owners.
The house retains many of the original internal architectural features and fittings, including the original inner door with wrought iron door knocker inscribed with the initials of Richard Cabell. Apart from the interest of the house members will also be permitted to walk around the adjoining hay meadows of significant bio-diversity and the management of which has become a hallmark of the current owners’ stewardship of the Estate.
2.15 Gather at Brook Manor House. The visit will take approximately 3 hours to include a walk around the hay meadows.
Note: There are no disabled facilities. No photography is allowed inside the house. If photographs are taken outside, the owners request that these are not shared on social media. Inside the house shoes MUST be covered with plastic protective coverings which will be made available on the day.
Cost includes tea and biscuits.
Contact the organiser for booking details and directions.
One may attend either this event or the one on 5 June to Sidbury Manor, but not both.
Note that many of the properties visited by the Buildings Section have limited capacity so we are obliged to restrict the numbers accepted on any visit. Bookings are taken in order of receipt and Section members (not including friends & spouses) are given priority.