The Home of Lord Palmer, Manderston is the Edwardian House par excellence. It was built with no expense spared and with every modern convenience of that  era. Here you can see sumptuous staterooms and a silver staircase, the only one in the world. Coupled with the elaborate domestic quarters, it gives an intriguing insight into the daily life of the Edwardian Country House.

Outside there a princely stables, octagonal marble dairy and fifty six acres of garden immaculately kept to enjoy.*



Marble Dairy

Dairy Roof

*From a leaflet advertising the house

6 Comments CherryPie on Jan 23rd 2017

6 Responses to “Manderston”

  1. Debbie says:

    how majestic – wonderful, pretty details inside. what an awesome place to see and explore!!

  2. The Yum List says:

    What a grand place with that lawn in the foreground, the glorious building and those blue skies behind.

  3. Anne says:

    Hi CherryPie, you certainly see a lot of the UK ..More than I do. I think I should try and see more of it. I do love Mainland Europe though. Just got a different feel to it. Thanks for sharing your wonderful trips. Loved the Northumberland trip too. My eldest son and wife have a house up there near Morpeth. They don’t live up there though. The calendar was a super idea too. I get calendars for Christmas but they are of the grandchildren , Thank you for your comment on my blog post. Take care Anne xx