Hayes Manor and annex, Viney Hill, Forest of Dean.
The distant photo above is of Hayes Barn and the two close ups below are the actual Hayes Manor House.
Averil wrote: "Hayes Manor and annex stands in 1.35 acres of formal garden and ground in a hillside position with an outstanding view over the Severn Vale to the Cotswold Hills beyond. The original stone and timber frame dwelling is believed to date from the early 16th century with a later, perhaps Victorian addition. The house has an abundance of authentic period features to include inglenook fireplaces, stone mullioned windows and an old cruck frame. This special house is Grade II* listed with a detached original Grade II listed privy. A detached stone barn has been converted by the present owners to a comfortable one bedroom annex with a stylish modern interior. Hayes Manor is a remarkable property, a rare and true historical gem".
"All photos taken by me and can be used by anyone".
"Sorry I do'nt know when I took these photos but think it must have been in the 1990s".
If you wish to comment on this photo or can supply names of people please click here
WANTED: Old photos, old postcards, ephemera and memories of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. U.K.- please click here to make contact.