Long Crendon Manor

Step through centuries of history, crafted into one unforgettable Lodge...

Over the years it has featured as the backdrop for many films and TV shows, Midsummer Murders for one and most recently, The Woman in Black. Originally a dwelling for the abbots of Notley in 1187, the east and west wings were added by the 15th century, before renowned architect Philip Tilden restored and extended the Manor to its current magnificence in the 1920s.

The manor's master bedroom is Laline's, with antique furniture and a four-poster bed. Views are of the Chilterns to one side and the courtyard to the other. Lady de L'Isle's bedroom overlooks the walled maze garden, and apart from the king-sized double bed also has a large dressing room with twin beds - ideal for families. Finally the Yellow Bedroom is furnished in a French style and overlooks the apple orchard with its resident geese, ducks and hens. All three guest rooms are very spacious with en-suite facilities, bathrobes and toiletries. All duvets are duck down and pillows goose feather.

Guests are more than welcome to make use of the oak-paneled drawing room complete with log burning fire, the medieval hall with its 'twin truss and crown post' structure or the wood-paneled library. Outdoors you're also welcome to make use of the croquet lawn, tennis court and, in high summer, the swimming pool.

In true country fashion, there is more than meets the eye… under the current stewardship of the Soars, the Manor has an industrious angle to its daily life. Beside the livery stables, there are rare breed pigs and an orchard. Breakfast is plentiful and the posh pork sausages are excellent, as is the homemade cider.

Your B&B Hosts

Expect a warm welcome from Sue, Tim as well as Hatty and Humphrey the family St Bernards, along with the chance of tea and biscuits. You will be well looked after by these experienced Lodges. After a successful career as a hotelier, Sue now dedicates herself to her B&B guests and the day to day running of Long Crendon Manor as well as their rare-breed pigs. Tim runs his own interim executive business, and they have three children.


Long Crendon village itself has a beautiful winding High Street with many thatched cottages, two old pubs and St. Mary's church at the end, next to Long Crendon Courthouse, one of the National Trust's first ever properties.

This is a fantastic location to explore wonderful attractions such as the Oxford Botanic Garden, The University of Oxford, Blenheim Palace and other National Trust properties, a museum and golf club.

01844 201647


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Sue Soar
Long Crendon Manor
Frogmore Lane, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9DZ, England

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Tel: 01844 201647
Mob: 07867521399
Email: sue.soar@longcrendonmanor.co.uk
Website: longcrendonmanor.co.uk


Room Rate, based on 2 people sharing inclusive of breakfast
1 Super King (6') Four Poster B&B Room (en suite) £150

1 King Size (5') Silk B&B Room (en suite) £135
1 Family Double (4'6") (en suite) £135
Weekday Single (excludes Laline's Bedroom) £90