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Wow. On the doorstep for all these years and only now did we choose to visit. This place has none of the stuffiness of NT houses - this is largely how it was when the family left in 1932. Almost all the rooms are open...More
Be sure to set aside some time to check this place out - there is a lot too see, especially if you want to explore the grounds as well! Also, keep an eye out for the portraits of the Preston's family pets scattered around the...More
Included in the 3 day History Pass ticket from The Pavilion this Manor House is well worth a visit. An old medieval house built on over the years and now seen as an Edwardian family house with all the furniture and artefacts as they were...More
Discovered this doing a Goggle Search and wasn’t sure what to expect. Did miss the initial signpost but took a guess as to where it was based on the work we could see and found it quite quickly. Not necessarily the most attractive house depending...More
Simply amazing! This historic mansion perfectly portrays life back in the 19th/beginning of the 20th century. From the beautiful beds to the various portraits, Preston Manor is a worthy visit for anyone interested in history or curious about the life of the higher class of...More
Beautifully managed, arranged and taken care of, this edwardian-era manor house shows visitors the ambiguity between glamour and hard work that compose the image of the english aristocracy and its servants in the early 20th century. Every room is marvellously recreated with authentic artifacts. The...More
Had a lovely visit here with my 15 year old daughter. It’s a beautifully kept and interesting property. Our kitchen guide was really interesting and kindly answered all our ghostly questions. Will come back to see the gardens as they were closed due to a...More
Certainly picked a good day to visit sunshine meant the house was quiet- so a lovely walk around with an informative and entertaining guide... the house certainly retains so many features- the kitchen, scullery and butlers pantry are so evocative- it would have been nice...More
Lots of people visit Brighton but Preston Manor is a treasure not to be missed. Often overlooked because of the Royal Pavilion this house is understated, elegant and filled with the most exquisite paintings and lovely furniture. It almost seems if the occupants have just...More
i love programs like Most Haunted so i plucked up the courage to go on a ghost hunt at Preston Manor with Ghost Hunter Tours - brilliant and friendly group even the staff at the house got involved during the night
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There is no parking in Preston Manor so you will need to arrive early in order to find off road parking.Harrington road or around that area should be ok, very close to Preston Manor.An option is to get the train to Preston... More
There is no parking in Preston Manor so you will need to arrive early in order to find off road parking.Harrington road or around that area should be ok, very close to Preston Manor.An option is to get the train to Preston Park and then walk the short distance.