Saltfleet Manor House

Saltfleet Manor House is a historic Grade II listed building of significant local importance, built in the late 16th Century.

Snuggled into the pretty East Lincolnshire coastal village of Saltfleet, it is close to the shoreline nature reserve and has played an important role in the village, and has even been a museum for many years between the first and second world wars.

It has inspired part of one of Tennyson's poems, housed the first flock wallpaper in the country, and even played host to Oliver Cromwell. Now fully renovated as a stylish B & B it offers comfortable accommodation for more modern visitors!