About the Eastbury Manor HouseEastbury Manor House is an example of an Elizabethan building. It is a Grade I listed building and is now managed by the National Trust.
The exterior retains its original appearance. The earliest dated items, such as a lead rainwater hopper head, were produced in the 1570s.
It was in danger of complete demolition until 1918 when it was purchased by the National Trust.
Evocative exposed timbers in attic, fine original spiral oak staircase in turret, soaring chimneys, cobbled courtyard, peaceful walled garden with bee boles.
Eastbury Manor House,