OwlPen Manor

OwlPen Manor often described as the “Loveliest house in England ” is situated in the woods along Fiery Lane near Uley. The Tudor Manor house is a Grade 1 listed building owned privately by the Mander family. After a gap of 100 years, the house was restored by Norman Jewson in 1926. Well known for its Arts and Crafts, and wall-hangings dating back over 300 years, OwlPen Manor,  is a fine example of an iconic group of picturesque Cotswold buildings: The Manor House, Tithe Barn, Church, and The Water Garden and Terrace which have been open to the public since 1966.