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Sheldon Manor
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Sheldon Manor is Wiltshire’s oldest inhabited manor house with a 13th century porch and a 15th century chapel.
The manor has splendid gardens with ancient yews, a mulberry tree and profusion of old fashioned roses blooming in May and June.

Sheldon Manor house and gardens welcomes visitors from Easter through until October on Thursday and Sunday afternoons each week.
Stroll through the romantic gardens and admire the many trees and plants many which will be of interest to keen gardeners. There are numerous old roses blooming through from late May until June and July. A programme of restoration of these beautiful gardens is ongoing.
During the summer we will have a small but interesting collection of plants and herbs for sale.

Opening Hours
Easter until October - Thursday, Sunday and Bank Holidays - 2.00pm until 6.00pm.

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