Boothby Pagnell Manor House

Boothby Pagnell Manor House was built c. 1200 and has been referred to as the ‘Most important small Norman manor house in England’.

The house has been altered and added to multiple times over the years, there is now a 15th-century window in the east wall, and parts of the west wing date from an 18th-century rebuilding.

What remains today is only one part of what was a much larger building.

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