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Northborough Manor House
TF 151-078 Cambridgeshire England

Northborough Manor HouseNorthborough Manor House was originally a medieval fortified manor house, founded by de la Mare family. Possibly moated, only the stone hall and gatehouse of 1330-40 survive, with early 16th and early 17th century alterations. In 1565, the manor was sold to James Claypole and in 1646, John Claypole married Oliver Cromwell daughter, Elizabeth. In the 17th century the building ranges next to the gatehouse were demolished and stables built from the materials. Sold to Lord Fitzwilliam in 1681, it's still a major example of a medieval stone defensible complex. 6 miles south at Peterborough is Tout Hill.

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Northborough Manor House is located in the village centre, off Lincoln Road. 6 miles north of Peterborough, on the A15-B1443.

The site is visible from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Northborough Manor House pictures and large castle map
Northborough Hall Picture 1Northborough Hall Picture 2Northborough Hall Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

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