Apr-Jul and Sep-Oct: weekends and Bank Hols 11am-4pm, Aug: Tue-Sun 11am-4pm
The Washington family lived here from 1539 until their departure for Virginia in 1656. The residence is the property of the American and British people. In the great hall you can see the coat-of-arms of the Washingtons and, in the great chamber and entrance porch a horseman's saddlebag, velvet clothing, medals and several letters written by George Washington. The manor is a perfect example of a Tudor house from the time of Shakespeare.