14 March 2006

Fiddleford Manor

After our trip to Shaftesbury it was only lunchtime, so we headed off to see what else we could see. First stop was Fiddleford Manor, an English Heritage property - or more accurately a part-property. The bit on show to the public is only one wing of a substantial manor house, built in the 14th century although substantially modified in the 18th century.

The exterior of the manor house.

Part of the medieval roof structure in the main hall.

Medieval wall painting surviving in the solar range.

1 comment:

Kpagesmith said...

Unfortunately Paul did damage the site due to his great enthusiasm, but we wont mention that!


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