Willington Manor Farmhouse
Willington Manor Farmhouse dates to the Post Medieval period. It is located 500m north west of the church at Tidmington.
1 Mid 17th century farmhouse of two storeys in stone. Gabled bays to the sides. Three stone mullioned three light windows with labels. The doorcase is modern. There are stone-coped gables and the tiles are old. The interior has a 17th century wood dog leg stair. Wide elm floor boards. Plank doors. Stone flags. Wood panelling on first floor. Stop-chamfered beams. Noted as having stone fireplaces.
Alongside the Manor House is a Grade III listed outbuilding of stone with some mullioned lights and nesting holes. Courtroom and dairy range forming two sides of courtyard. 17th century. Finely jointed coursed squared limestone.
2 William Sheldon started his tapestry weaving here in 1560. The present Manor House is probably mid 17th century.