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Norbury Manor is an impressive Grade I listed house ideal for family get togethers or large groups of friends. The manor has plenty of room for a group to spread out, from a more formal reception room to a cosy snug complete with woodburner. From the wonderful wooden staircase at the centre of the manor to the wood panelled reception room and the beautiful windows with their stained glass decorations, this property is full of character and original features.
Situated in a rural setting with views of the Peak District, Norbury Manor sits within a picturesque Medieval knot garden with seating outside and there are plenty of walks available from the doorstep to explore the surrounding area.
As White Peak is close by this makes it a popular location with walkers and anyone looking to explore this area and all it has to offer.
Heating: oil fired central heating.
Garden: large garden to the rear and side of the house with small patio area.
Parking: space for 5 cars in front of the house.
Accessibility: low beams on the third floor.
The Medieval Hall adjacent to the House is open to the public. The opening hours for 2016 are Fridays, 25 March to 21 October 11am to 1pm and Saturdays 26 March to 22 October, 1pm to 3pm.
Norbury Manor is located within a working National Trust garden. The woodland walk and wider garden area may be accessed by members of the public at any time.
The Medieval garden at the rear of the house can only be accessed by the public when the Medieval Hall is open to visitors (dates above)
There is a working farm nearby.
Offers: Holiday cottage guests have free entry to Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood.
As the unfenced river bank is accessible beyond the garden children should be supervised when using the Manor garden.
We have looked after this lovely area for over 100 years. From the high moorland of the Dark Peak Estate on the Yorkshire-Derbyshire border to the gentler rolling landscapes of south Derbyshire, we now care for some 40,000 acres of wild natural beauty. Staying here brings you close to some incredible wildlife, like white mountain hares and wild kestrels, as well as glimpses into our fascinating industrial past.
With its spectacular and contrasting scenery, the Peak District is a region of outstanding natural beauty and one of Britain's loveliest National Parks. The National Trust has been hard at work here for over 100 years and now cares for some 40,000 acres. High Peak Estate is the largest estate, over 33,000 acres of high moorland straddling the Yorkshire-Derbyshire border. Although only ten miles from the centre of Sheffield, the Longshaw Estate boasts more than 1,700 acres of open moorland, gritstone edges and ancient oak woodland, while the 4,400 acre South Peak Estate lies in the magnificent limestone hills, centred upon the well-known beauty spots of Ilam and Dovedale. On the foothills of the Peak District, Lyme Park contains an Italianate mansion and Victorian garden surrounded by a medieval deer park of almost 1,400 acres.Hardwick Hall is ideally situated for exploring the Peak District, while the gentler landscapes of South Derbyshire contain pretty village and bustling market towns. The area is steeped in history with ancient castles, grand houses and sites that reveal the ingenuity of our industrial past.