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Alternatively, telephone us on 07942 861956 or 01775 822226
You are always welcome to come and visit us - please telephone to arrange a time.
We look forward to seeing you!
Whether you are looking for some time-out, the venue for a gathering or to brush up your academic or creative skills and knowledge, welcome! Wykes Manor is a place set apart for all, and can be a crossroads for many. Let us provide you with refreshment, rest and rejuvenation for whatever stage of your personal journey you are on.
Our 17th Century manor house is tucked amongst the fields and woodland of the Lincolnshire landscape. Based just outside Donington village, we are 20 minutes drive from Spalding and Boston, with good train services linking up to the North and South.
Please look around our website to see the spaces available to hire, and some of the activities, exhibitions and courses we have to offer you.
Call us on 01775 822226.
"A truly wonderful experience. The peace and tranquility allowed me to prioritise what is important in life and how to deal with the challenges ahead" - Helen.
Saturday 2nd December
10.00 till 4.00
Many works are for sale.
Come along and enjoy the atmosphere!
If you are interested in exhibiting, please call us.
Rooms are available to rent on short term lets in our beautiful house. All rooms are large and spacious, with access to shared bathrooms. Breakfast and supper can also be provided.
We also have a fully-fitted office available to let in the grounds of the house. The office is purpose-built in wood and insulated, providing a tranquil working environment.
Wykes Manor offers flexible accommodation for events, receptions, weddings, parties, seminars, workshops and retreats from a centrally-placed location.
The Retreat Room
This large and historical room is situated in the part of the house that used to be the dairy. It contains a sink, sofa, twin beds, easy chair, clothes rail and a huge desk suitable for writers and artists. Originally it was probably the housekeeper's room. Thomas Cowley, who bought and renovated the house in the 17th century, employed a husband and wife team to keep the house and gardens, and we believe this to have been their room. Original features within the room include a carved wooden peg rack that may have been used for drying herbs.
This room has two single beds, a sink, tea and coffee making facilties, a sofa, two armchairs and a large desk.
This room has a single bed, as well as a wardrobe and chest of drawers
The Attic Family Room
This spacious room has a double bed and two single beds as well as a fouton sofa which can be used for a bed, and two armchairs. It also has access to a shared kitchenette and bathrooms.
Writer’ s cabin
The writers cabin is a static caravan, very simple in its interior. The exterior is wooden clad to blend in with the rest of the crew yard. The static will accommodate anyone who needs peace and tranquillity to write. It consists of two bedrooms, dining room / seating area and a kitchen with a sink, microwave, electric oven, kettle and sandwich maker. At present the bathroom only contains a toilet and sink. The shower is at the main house. Views from the static look across the fields of the farm on two sides where the horses are. It is within a short distance from the house.