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Prebendal Manor House

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The Prebendal Manor is a 1,200 year old medieval centre on the north eastern edge of Northamptonshire, near Oundle,
Stamford and Peterborough. It is the oldest manor in Northamptonshire.

You can hear about King Cnut's visit to the manor and see the largest recreated medieval garden in Europe. Here you can see the recreated medieval gardener's hut.

There are on going archaeological excavations to see and you can visit the tithe barn museum with a display of artefacts discovered during the excavations.

You can try your skills at medieval games and ancient rare breed sheep with geese and hens kept on the site just as they would have been a 1000 years ago. The sheep are Norfolk Horn which were introduced to East Anglia by the Saxons.

General Information:
  • Home made Teas
  • Audio tours
  • Medieval Events held throughout the summer months, see web site for details.

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    Prebendal Manor House Postcode for SatNav: PE8 6QG


    +44 (0)1780 782 575

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