Kingston Manor is a truly impressive Grade II* Listed manor house dating back to the 13th century, with many of its charming and fascinating period features maintained. For an occasion or group gathering, this magnificent house provides a special setting. Read more
Inside, every detail of this grand house will take you back to a bygone era, but with every modern day convenience you could wish for. When you step inside, you’re sure to be amazed by the Great Hall with its roaring 17th century fireplace, oak panelled walls and flagstone flooring, all overlooking the stunning gardens. If you need more space, there is also a drawing room, a library, garden room and a formal dining room. Up the oak staircase you’ll find seven deluxe bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Outside, Kingston Manor is breathtakingly beautiful. Sweeping expanses of lawn spread towards the downs and lead in several directions, inviting you to walk down to the stream and hidden lakes or to Kingston Woods. Closer to the house there’s a medieval carp pond with an old stone bridge and parterre to sit by and contemplate life, and an enormous south-facing grassed courtyard with paved terraces and several tables if you want to eat outside or lie around in the sun. On the far side of the courtyard is a magnificent games barn with full-size snooker table and table football, and in the centre of the courtyard, within easy reach of the house, a 7-seater hot tub. It’s all about relaxation and fabulous views.
When you want to explore more of the island and see some of the beautiful sights, you’ll find yourself in the perfect position at Kingston Manor. The Blue Flag Ventnor Beach is nearby, and if you fancy a day out with the family, Blackgang Chine theme park is just a five minute drive away. For walkers, the house is surrounded by rolling countryside and a variety of walks are available right from your doorstep, or for a meal out, Ventnor, Shanklin and Godshill are all within easy reach.