Honington Hall Stables
Honington Hall Stables, a stable range dating to the Post Medieval period, but older than the present house. The building is located 400m north west of Honington.
1 This is a stone range of three bays of the early 17th century – older than the present house.
2 The central bay has a steep gable containing a round-headed carriageway flanked by engraved pilasters supporting obelisks.
3 On the rear face, the archway is flanked by broad Ionic fluted pilasters. The gable head contains a figure in a niche. The high pitched old tile roof has 4 moulded wood gabled dormers.