Our Georgian manor house is set amidst 100 acres of stunning grounds and manicured gardens, this romantic picturesque setting. While the manor has an intimate atmosphere, it is still undeniably grandeur. The high ceilings, spacious rooms and opulent décor provide an impressive setting for either photoshoots or cinematography.
Rich in local history, Fennes was built by the forefathers of the current owner, in the 1500s, with the original beams and fireplace in the Reading room still intact today. Following 1750 the reception rooms were added to the buildings, and in 1830 the beautiful front fascia was added by John English Tabor.
The elegant entrance hall invites you to explore our versatile house rooms, including the Library, Dining Room and the Parlour are decorated with traditional richly styled furniture and finishings, keeping the original features of the house but with a contemporary twist. Perfectly appointed to be transformed from a period drama to a lavish home.
Following up our grand staircase are 4 rich, traditionally styled en-suite rooms – some with four poster beds and all have magnificent views.
The grounds boast endless flexibility and opportunity for photographic settings from the elegant English country gardens including the bridge over the pond and the woods to the paddocks, fisheries and farmlands surrounding the estate.