Abbots Oak Manor is a grand historic grade II listed brick and stone building, dating back to the 1500’s. The manor started as a small chapel which was part of the Garendon Abbey estate in Loughborough. The house has since be extended and changed over the years.
The manor house is set within beautiful walled gardens, where the monks once taught the local children. The house itself offers a carved, oak staircase which were reputedly taken from 58 Pall Mall house in London, which is where Nell Gwynn lived as a mistress for Charles 11.
Abbots Oak became almost derelict in 2013 and was in great need of repair, when the currently owners decided to renovate it. The house is now used as a wedding venue, offering a beautiful and traditional English country house setting.
The oaks panelled room, open fires, and Tudor staircase offer a historic yet contemporary feel. Set in the heart of rural Leicestershire, the manor offers views of Charnwood Forest.
The Cedar Room offers oak panels, chandeliers, with an open fire, and can accommodate up to 50 guests. The Garden Room is a light and contemporary room, offering views and access to the garden. This room can accommodate up to 120 guests.