Manby House is an eight bedroomed house in Manby, just outside of Louth, Lincolnshire, set in 3 acres of mature woodland gardens. RAF Manby played an important role during its operational life, having been an air warfare training centre, boasting one of the finest Officer's Mess in the RAF, which now has a grade one listing by English Heritage. The house was built by the RAF in 1930 to accommodate the Air Commodore. During its time in the RAF, Manby House hosted a variety of important visitors. Manby House retains many of its original features from its notable past but has been sympathetically renovated to provide comfortable ensuite accommodation.