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This is not one of the Trust's grand houses or big-time visitor attractions but it is well worth a visit if you are in or near the area.
The history is very interesting although what remains is quite small. The guides were brilliant, telling the...More
We have joined the National trust and decided to check out the Old Manor. Its one of the National Trust more basic buildings but worth a look. It also has a small garden and a nice church. The lady there was very friendly and informative.
Visited on a sunny day...
And the house and garden looked amazing..
Got there a bit early, so explored the church first, with is enchanting..
Beautifully kept and lots to look at..
The manor its self is small, but the enthusiasm of the volunteers makes...More
Restricted open days. This place is worth a visit, but, there is little to see
The history is interesting as it is one of the only grand hall's built on the first floor
Walk is pleasant along the side of the River Dove
Having not read the details we turned up on a Thursday to discover that it was open for 2 hours on a Friday and Saturday between April and October. However we took the chance to look round the interesting church next door and also walked...More
Thank goodness the NT is prepared to care for such buildings - small and out of the way. Thanks too for the volunteers who are prepared to guide in such settings.
Ancient and interesting as the medieval hall is the setting is superb with beautiful...More
Medieval England at its finest.
Church alone worth a visit one of UK finest medieval glass windows.
Try and time visit when Old Manor is open, enthusiast guides, great hall history plus wonderful gardens and woodland walk to river Dove.
As an aside researching my...More
A delightful short visit as we arrived just half an hour before it closed. What a beautiful church ! The guide certainly knew his stuff about the Manor, very knowledgeable. Check it is open before going as opening times are limited.
We visited The Old Manor recently and found the guides to be very knowledgable and interested in the house.The gardens are very well maintained and we were lucky enough to see and photograph a Long Eared Owl.You need to check opening times as the property...More
From all of the advertisements we had seen for The Old Manor I was expecting for the Manor House to be open. No that's not what you get to see. Instead you get to go round the ruins at the back of the property. It...More
Response from sudburyhall | Property representative |
Current admission charges for Norbury Manor are £6.40 (£5.70) for an adult and £3.20 (£2.99) for a child. Family ticket A (2 adults & up to 3 children) is £15.75 (£14.10) and family ticket B (1 adult & up to 3 children) is... More
Current admission charges for Norbury Manor are £6.40 (£5.70) for an adult and £3.20 (£2.99) for a child. Family ticket A (2 adults & up to 3 children) is £15.75 (£14.10) and family ticket B (1 adult & up to 3 children) is £9.45 (£8.45). Please note the figures quoted include Gift Aid on entry (and the prices in brackets are without Gift Aid). If you decide to visit we hope you have a lovely time.