Wittersham Manor Barn

In a serene setting nestling within the picturesque grounds of the owner's 16th Century manor house lies this luxurious barn conversion. Offering a careful blend of modern day comforts and old world charm with heavy oak beams, open stone fireplace and wonderful views from every window, across the glorious surrounding countryside. Rich in history the charming village of Wittersham has links going back to the Danes. It is believed they occupied the area in AD 892 and incorporated in to the village sign is the image of a Danish longship. During the First World War, the village was used to moor airships, and during the Second World War it also housed a key listening post for downed pilots over the channel - the parents of one such pilot, Flying Officer Michael Fitt, RCAF donated the church clock in memory their son.