The Prebendal Manor

Evie Godfrey

Some years ago the gardens were established to represent both the practical and decorative features that could be found in a high-status garden between the 13th and 15th centuries. Alan Titchmarsh described the gardens as a “stunning example of a recreated medieval garden”. In the last few years the gardens have been adapted beyond the Medieval structures and planting to provide a longer flowering season which can be enjoyed by our wedding and corporate event guests.

Archaeological excavation and documentary investigation has provided a great deal of information about the Prebendal Manor and the village of Nassington. It forms the focus of a group of stone buildings, which includes a 16th century dovecote, a large 18th century tithe barn and a 15th century lodgings building.