Medieval-Tudor Former Monastery and Family Manor House
Built on the site of a Saxon church in 1368 and originally inhabited by monks, the building was extended in the Tudor and Victorian periods. Many period features remain in the extensive internal accommodation over three floors, with additional cellars. The recipe for the world famous Norfolk Punch was found hidden behind wood paneling during a renovation, adding to the rich history of this Grade 2* Listed Building, which comes complete with two separate monastic towers (said to be part of the original fortifications), a converted Coach House, a separate function room with snooker room above and further garages. The four reception rooms and numerous bedrooms are named after the ingredients of the tonic. Extensive parkland style grounds include a Walled Garden.