Yarnton Manor is a 17th Century Manor House, built in 1611 by the wealthy Spencer family. It’s long and fascinating history has left an indelible mark on the fabric of the building. The estate has changed hands several times over the centuries, with each successive custodian contributing to its story. Now Grade II* listed in recognition of its special historic interest, much of what survives is original, or restored sympathetically at the close of the 19th Century.
The Manor has been entertaining and inspiring visitors for centuries and it’s easy to see why: surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and agricultural land, Yarnton Manor’s setting could hardly be more picturesque.
Yarnton Manor makes a wonderful entertainment space all year round. In the summer, its manicured lawns are the perfect setting for sophisticated Champagne receptions and a leisurely game of croquet and boules. In the winter, roaring fires illuminate the wood-panelled rooms with an inviting glow.