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Sheldon Manor
Chippenham
Wiltshire

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Gardens open to the public.
Manor House for pre-booked groups only

Sheldon Manor is Wiltshire's oldest inhabited manor house. The porch is 13th century and there is a 15th century chapel. Romantic, peaceful gardens with ancient yews, a mulberry tree and a profusion of old fashioned roses blooming late May, through June and July.

The gardens are open Thursday and Sunday afternoons and Bank Holidays, from Easter - October. Afternoon tea, picnic lunches for groups by prior arrangement. The house, chapel and gardens are available for private events and celebrations.

Please contact Caroline Hawkins for more information.

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Nearest Train Station: Chippenham
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Months Open: Easter - October
Gardens only open Thursday & Sunday afternoons and Bank Holidays.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes - Private Chapel/Civil Licence
Admission Price: Adults: 4.50
Under 12s free
Catering: Refreshments by prior arrangement

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