About Dating back to the 11th century the original Manor of Newlanda, now Newland Hall, has belonged to royalty and earls. Truly a historical gem, evidence exists to suggest it was a luxurious place of retirement for King Henry VIII. With this traditional charm, still strongly present in Newland Hall, contemporary accents and refurbishments have made it the perfect balance of history and modern style. The stunning Henry VIII room is a prime example of this, featuring characterful hand-carved wooden beams. Rustic red brick exteriors and gorgeously green gardens make up a timeless scene, while the bright and neutrally decorated reception rooms allow your personal style to shine through.