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My group of ladies had a great time in the Manor with Diana leading us through the history of the house and stories of Lucy Boston. A great way to spend some quiet time simply taking a break from today and looking a real life...More
I took a group here on 14th June 2017. Everyone loved the rambling garden with some very unusual plants such as Wode, Delphinium Requienii, and a very pretty white Clematis called Rector which had been grown over hazel hoops. Some of the party managed to...More
Visited with the Tingewick Patchers and woweronies what an amazing place. Hasn't paid attention to any details about here so was very pleasantly surprised at every turn. The quilts were incredible, the stories of RAF entertainment during war made my eyes leak (it was so...More
Can't speak highly enough of this fabulous piece of heaven! The irises were at their very best, roses, herbaceous, aquatic plants all perfectly set. The staff could not have been more helpful. Many many thanks, we will be back!
After seeing tv series "The Children of Green Knowe" back in the 1980's my friend was thrilled to finally visit this historic home and see first hand the sights and details so familiar from replaying the video. We found atmosphere in the music room quite...More
The Manor is simply amazing- probably the oldest inhabited building; to be able to sit in a room that still has its original medieval architectural highlights, added to which are the period additions made during the Norman , Tudor and Georgian ownership , is absolutely...More
Thank you Diana Boston for opening your amazing 900 year old house to the public and for allowing me to go back, once again to my childhood world of Green Knowe. The storytelling event was an added bonus and the MR James ghost stories worked...More