• The ‘Experience’

    On arrival our guests settle into their oak beamed bedrooms before coming down for a glass of something or other to blow off the dust of the journey.

On Arrival

On arrival our guests settle into their oak beamed bedrooms before coming down for a glass of something or other to blow off the dust of the journey.

Perhaps take a tour of the armoury where Ben will be happy to show you the display of WW11 weapons and locally discovered artifacts.

Then settle down for a three-course dinner prepared passionately by Hannah on the Aga!

Hannah’s love for cooking is reflected in meals where she meticulously chooses only the best products, bought usually that day from nearby markets.

Flight Plans

Over dinner we will discuss the following days flight and Ben will explain more of the stunning sights you will see. Ben is a historian as well as a pilot so he will give a brief overview of the events leading up to D Day and highlight the pivotal and historic locations you will be fly over.

The following day after a continental breakfast (not too much coffee) we will move along to the airfield where it’s time to put on a flying suit and strap into the iconic Spitfire cockpit!

Wheels Down

On returning from the flight guests can go explore ‘close up’ some of the historic sites we flew over and the region. Later over dinner and drinks at the Manor we will no doubt go over the day’s events in some detail.

Breakfast the following day and then home having experienced two days and nights that you will always remember.