Tithe Barn Is Grade II Listed, during 2010 the tithe barn went through extensive restoration, the stone bays and absent beams were reinstated, the old rusty tin roof removed and replaced with the original material of thatch, with several woven oak panels remaining, gave the pattern to reinstate the absent panels.
The individual stone bays offered a thrashing area in times gone by, the centre cobbled ‘Drive Through’ leads down to the cart pond, enabling the timber wheels of the cart to cool and contracted to the metal rims.
Hand laid cobbles surrounding the Tithe Barn, with some recent repair work, uncovered evidence of the original stone gullies, which have since been reinstated.
18” tall stone plinths separate the bays; wooden log steps and handmade wrought iron hand rails enable guests to get from bay to bay as the building is grade II listed the fabrication cannot be altered. (Please Refer To PDF Floor Plan – Tithe Barn Floor Plan-Layout1)
Outside the original cobbles surrounding the tithe barn, please make guests aware of the organics of the building so they Can Dress/Shoe Accordingly.
Due to the proximity of the Tithe Barn to the main house a 10.30 pm
cut off for all guests’ Music and Entertainment etc. and expect all guests’ caterers etc to respect this and leave by 11.00pm
At most the Tithe Barn can accommodate up to 120 Guests Stood and 90 guests seated.
The Tithe Barn has a substantial oak trestle tables in each bay along with oak seating benches. Medieval cartwheel wrought iron lights are suspended from the roof of each bay, there is mains power, but no water, heating or toilets but these can be hired at your discretion.
Medieval Weddings & Other Celebrations
Car & Motorcycle Pit Stop/Check Point