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Cotesbach Hall & Manor

The surviving core of the ancient lordship of Cotesbach, a cluster of historic buildings including the Hall, Manor, Stable Yard, Schoolhouse and organic farmland.

Main Street, Cotesbach, Near Lutterworth, LE17 4HX

Cotesbach Hall

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Cotesbach Estate today is what remains of the property bought by the Marriott family in 1759. The Estate is made up of a collection of historic buildings including Cotesbach Hall, The Manor, The Stable Yard and a walled kitchen garden.

Just south of The Stable Yard lies the arable & ancient ridge and furrow which is surrounded by a strip of woodland.

​250 years after the Marriotts first made Cotesbach their home, we are gradually restoring the buildings, creating spaces which are sustainable, useful and relevant to our 21st-century world.

We recognise the importance of the rural heritage of each one of these buildings and the land surrounding them. We endeavor to make the Estate accessible to all – providing opportunities, evoking creativity and most importantly sharing our space.

Admission

Free tours on Heritage Open Days; special tours by arrangement.

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Group Visits

Groups are welcome and refreshments can be provided.

Email hello@cotesbachschoolhouse.org.uk or call 01455 558373.

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