Remarkably complete brick-built Tudor manor house sits on monastery remains recorded in Domesday Book. The H-shaped house has an enormous stone chimney breast. Built by Robert Audley 1565 of lath and plaster but brick-encased 1645. Home to Sir Charles Caesar and son Julius, master of the rolls. Many works of art including portraits of Henry VIII. Outside, contemporary terrace, walled gardens and fish ponds.
Tour 2 hours, £13.50 including tea or coffee with sandwiches, cakes and biscuits.
Book "Heart in Art: A Life in Paintings" by owner Peter Johnson for sale.
Location: near Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire
|Tour Dates 2013|
|April||Tue 23, 2.30 pm|
|May||Tue 7, 2.30 pm|
|May||Wed 22, 2.30 pm|
|June||Tue 11, 2.30 pm|
|July||Wed 24, 2.30 pm|
|September||Thu 12, 2.30 pm|
To book, call the Mercury Theatre on 01206 573948 or book on-line at;