The Manor is a beautifully restored Grade II Jacobean building steeped in history, with the original manor on this site recorded in the Doomsday Book. The current Manor dates back to 1450; evidence of cellars, attics, priest holes and all the human history that suggests, is everywhere. Now a grand family home we offer deluxe accommodation with a warmth, comfort and quality that welcomes guests throughout their stay. Unwind at the end of the day in the stunning Drawing room and soak up the country while you relax in our beautiful garden.
Having always been popular for romantic breaks and newly married couples, we now offer the Manor as a unique venue for Civil Weddings, Partnerships and Receptions; a stunning setting for an intimate celebration with family and close friends. As we are restricted to 25 weddings a year you are not just a number. Every wedding is tailor made to fit your needs.
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From the north - A1: You will pass the villages of Long Bennington and Foston on the left, travel on to the B1174 exit for Allington. At the roundabout take the third exit over the flyover - at the next roundabout follow signs for Allington.
From the south - A1:Pass the A52 Nottingham exit and travel on to the exit for Allington. At the roundabout follow signs for Allington.
From Nottingham:Follow the A52 and turn left into the village of Sedgebrook then follow signs to Allington.
Once in Allington: At the village green - with the Welby Arms pub on your left and Village Shop on your right, you will see the Manor in front of you across the field. We are the first property on the left when you drive into Bottesford Road. There is no name sign for the Manor.