Built in the 15th century this Grade II* listed half timber Tudor courtyard mansion forms a part of the west range and Great Hall of Bacon House.
The house retains much of its original medieval interior architecture, notably the stunning stone decorative arch in the entrance hall and the impressive timbers in the upstairs bedrooms which once formed a part of the ceiling of the Great Hall.
A 4-bedroom, three-storey Grade II* listed medieval townhouse, featuring it’s original Great Hall and many surviving medieval features.
A magnificent stone arch at the front door and leads to the Great Hall. The Great Hall connects the kitchen, drawing room and dining area and also features a grand wooden staircase leading up to the first floor.
On the second floor there are two large double bedrooms. Both bedrooms feature exposed medieval timber beams, which once formed the ceiling of the Great Hall.
By train, 1h49 from London Liverpool Street.
By car, 118 miles from London.