Parts of the original building (dating back to 1242) on the site of Rollestone Manor can still be seen today, contributing to its prestigious Grade II listing as being of historic interest.
In the 1700s the original flint and limestone structure of the front façade was completed. It was not until the early 19th century that the stunning red-brick extension was added to expand the building. where the front door is today and the ‘newest’ part of the house is the three-story extension, which was completed in 1839!
An impressive number of Lords and Ladies, Knights and Squires have occupied these venerable halls, and their names live on in Rollestone's luxurious accommodation and its hospitality suites. All seven of the hall's gorgeous bedrooms have been named after some of the many owners of the Manor.