Pinch yourself as you drive down the hill into reputedly the prettiest village in England. Quaint stone cottages shelter under mossy roofs, no TV aerials or street lights to detract from its honey limestone beauty.
As you sweep through the gates of the Manor House Hotel enjoy the timeless calm of this unique setting and backdrop to your holiday.
The castle, which dates back to 1140 was replaced in the 14th century as the local baronial seat by The Manor House, now an exclusive hotel. The Market Cross the site of the renowned sheep fair in the fifteenth century, is still the centre of the village, with the Butter Cross close by.
What about the pubs, we hear you say ……. don’t worry we’ve got those too! Wander down the lane and choose from The White Hart or The Castle Inn. Not to mention the Michellin starred Bybrook restaurant in the Manor House Hotel. Worth a visit close by are The Neeld Arms, Grittleton, and the Catherine Wheel in Marshfield.