Halsway Manor is a beautiful Grade 2* listed manor house, nestling on the slopes of the Quantock Hills. It boasts a history going back over a thousand years and was mentioned in the Doomsday book. The manor house is stunning with ornate paneling, ceilings and gargoyles. The grounds are equally impressive and well worth a wander around during the course.
Despite having a long history, Halsway Manor has been sympathetically renovated for contemporary living. It is well heated, supplemented by welcoming log fires in the hall and lounge. All the bedrooms have washbasins and tea and coffee making facilities; many bedrooms have en-suite facilities. There is a well-stocked bar in the lounge, open before lunch and dinner and throughout the evening. The food at Halsway Manor is excellent.
Halsway Manor is England’s National Centre for Traditional Music, Dance and Song. The Library, accessed through a secret door in the Lounge, houses a fascinating collection of folk-related material.
Further information about Halsway Manor can be found on its website: www.halswaymanor.org.uk