Mannington Estate is one of Norfolk’s hidden gems. Nestled away in the heart of the countryside sits Mannington Hall, originally built around 1460 for William Lumnor who was connected to the Paston family.
The Hall boasts gothic windows and stunning motif chimneys. The facade of the hall is made from knapped local flints and two turrets stand proud on the South side of the building.
Mannington is surrounded by ancient woodlands which together with its lakes and rivers provides varied habitats for wildlife in a charming setting. We know that people have lived here for thousands of years enhancing its charms with buildings in local materials.