An Elizabethan Manor House in the tiny village of Breamore, Hampshire, Breamore House is part of a larger estate which includes the Breamore Mizmaze and the Giant's Grave. Still lived in as a private home, it is open for just a few months of each year.
The house was built in 1583 on the site of a former Priory. It was bought in the 18th century by Sir Edward Hulse, physician to Kings George I and II, and his family still live there today. It was severely damaged in a fire in 1856, and much of what you see today is a 19th century recreation of the original Elizabethan manor using the salvageable parts.
When is Breamore House open?
This seems to vary as according to Trip Advisor Reviews, they are often closed when they say they are open. Their Facebook page still has their opening hours from 2013! Hopefully they will be updating their shiny new website regularly, so look there first.
How much does it cost to visit Breamore House?
Adult tickets are £13.50, children are £5.50. (If you want to just see the Countryside Museum, it is adults £5.5