One of those places that is guaranteed to make you smile
At a glance
2 Rosette restaurant
The estate was mentioned in the Domesday Book, but the current manor house is Tudor, dating from around 1524, and is approached over a moat. This Grade II listed, partly black-and-white timbered building maintains an abundance of original features including huge open fireplaces, oak-panelling and beams. The bedrooms, including four-poster rooms, are situated in either the sumptuously appointed main house or in the more modern wing. There's an intimate, award-winning restaurant and a comfortable cocktail bar and lounge.