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Eastbury Manor House is a Grade I listed building situated in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in Greater London, England. It dates to the Elizabethan period, although the land on which it was built was formerly part of the demesne of Barking Abbey. The house is owned by the National Trust but has been managed since the 1930s by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and its predecessors. It is open to public for 10 months of every year.
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
This is the last thing you expect to see when you turn off of the extremely busy Ripple Road, but what a wonderful surprise! A beautiful manor house with an interesting history and a lovely cafe. I can recommend the tour at about midday on a Sunday.
This house is right in the middle town, forming a kind of roundabout between some minor roads. There's no parking lot, but parking on the road was easy enough. Grounds are very minimal, pretty much just outdoor seating for the cafe plus a small vegetable garden. The house was interesting, and the tour gave lots of additional info.
A wonderful slice of history in the heart of Barking and Dagenham. A beautiful place to visit with lovely facilities for food and drink.
What an interesting place. Quite unexpected. Well kept building. I treating. Lovely cafe food. Guide was excellent.
I call it time to reflect over a cup of tea or a book. The garden is very relaxed. Really recommend for the rich history of Eastbury.
A surprising gem of a visit. Really interesting visit to a beautiful house. A great cafe too
Excellent tour guide who's been doing so for 40 years - possibly since retirement. Great house - more than you expect.
A wonderful place to visit, full of history and atmostphere. recommend this place for both adults and children.
After trying to visit this place for many years, managed to visit the house. Great deal of history of not only the house & occupants, but of the surrounding area, showing how the land changed from being fields into the housing estate surrounding the current place. House still has many Tudor features. Has lifts to access different levels although have to climb stairs in turret to have 360 view of Barking & East London & the City, the river & south- east London plus Dagenham & Hainault. But worth it.
Eastbury manor house is a hidden gem in central Barking. A well maintained property that has a rich history. A good visit and also a well stocked and staffed cafe.
Wonderful Grade I listed National Trust property in the middle of a 20s housing estate. An Elizabethan Manor House, contains fragments of a Dutch 17th century fresco on first floor. Not a great deal to see inside. Outside the small grounds include a walled garden and a herb garden. Has a cafe. Disabled access, including a toilet (if you can work the lift to the 1st floor!). Best visited when they are putting on an event and/or visit to another local place of interest (e.g. Barking Abbey ruins). Check opening times.
Grade I listed Elizabethan Manor House owned by the National Trust surrounded by 1920s terraced housing. Has a walled garden. On the first floor there are the remains of a 17thC Dutch fresco. Check website for opening hours. Worth visiting in conjunction with event and/or visit to Barking Abbey.
Love Eastbury. It's a rare gem tucked away in a housing estate, an praise in the city. Check out their programmes, particularly concerts and Shakespeare.
A really lovely place. Thank you to Jennifer for the tour of the house 🏡. Very interesting and informative. All the staff very friendly. Great ljttle cafe serves nice food. A little gem
Beautiful place full of history. It makes a wonderful wedding venue. Staff are friendly and helpful