The Manor HouseAwe inspiring location, rich in history
Located in the quaint village of Upper Froyle in North-East Hampshire, just over an hour outside London, the Froyle Park estate is rich in history that dates back to 1086, when it was a royal manor in the reign of Edward the Confessor. Later, the manor was given by William the Conqueror to the nuns of St Mary’s Abbey.
The current house, with elegant Jacobean features, was built in 1620 on the site of a former monastery. Imagine striking photographs in front of the large, ornate fireplace and the bride making her dramatic entrance down the grand staircase.
The Jephson Bar
Serving a great selection of ales, beers, wines and Champagne, The Jephson Bar is a great place to relax on an evening and gather with friends. Beautifully appointed with luxurious furnishings and a stand-out decadent wood panelled bar, soak up the grandeur of this magnificent setting in comfortable surroundings. The Jephson Bar is open Tuesday-Saturday 12.00pm -10.30pm.