An English Village with a Rich History
South Fawley Manor House
Take a step back in time with a visit to South Fawley, a small village in the English county of Berkshire. At the centre of the village sits the Grade II* listed manor house, built for Sir Francis Moore in 1614. The house features an impressive oak staircase with turned balusters and massive newels, making it a great place to explore the history of the village.
A Beautiful Countryside Setting
South Fawley is situated off the A338 between Great Shefford and Wantage, giving it a beautiful, countryside setting. Whether you’re walking the pathways or taking in the views from the village, you’ll be sure to find a moment of peace and tranquillity in South Fawley.
Explore the Local Area
As well as exploring South Fawley itself, the local area has plenty to offer. From nearby Chaddleworth’s Civil War era church to the Wantage Museum, there’s plenty to see and do. So why not escape the hustle and bustle of city life with a visit to South Fawley?