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The hall has seen many uses over the years – stately home, courthouse, an estate employees’ lodging and a farmer’s house.
Sir Stephen Proctor built this elegant mansion as his country home in the early 17th century. He reused sandstone blocks and a stone staircase from the abbey, but had fresh limestone cut for the windows and main façade.
Today you can stay explore the hall and see our informative displays, you can even stay in one of the holiday flats in the hall – or even get married here.