Boston Manor House is a fine Jacobean manor house built in 1623. The house has three state rooms including the State Drawing Room with its fine plaster ceiling and mantelpiece. One of the earliest examples of English Renaissance style, the exterior of the house is particularly fine. The ground floor rooms are also open when not in use for functions, and they house a selection of paintings of the locality. These rooms are 19thC in style and recently restored.
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