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The Old Manor

Norbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2ED
Tel: 01283 585337

Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, the hall's architectural features include a rare king post, medieval fireplace, a Tudor door and some 17th-century Flemish glass. The delightful gardens include a parterre herb garden.

Opening times:
Property is tenanted and visits are strictly by appointment only by letter to Mrs J. Raine at The Old Manor, or fax to 01335 324280, a minimum of 7 days in advance. Visitors will be guided around the hall and gardens. Last admission 30mins before closing.

Parking - Very limited parking by the church

Building - 30 steps to entrance with handrail. The hall has two flights of stairs. Undercroft has difficult winding staircase. Seating available

WCs - Adapted WC adjacent to hall

Grounds - Partly accessible, some steps

Dates Open: March to October 2012.
Open Times: Fri. (11am-1pm & Sat (2pm-4pm) 30th Mar - 27th Oct 2012.
Entry: Prices from 1st March 2012. Adult 4.50. Child 2.50.
Car Parking Children Welcome

Call now on:
01283 585337
Please mention Visit Derbyshire when you call.




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