From an early 20th century postcard
Built / Designed For: John Coxwell
House & Family History: Ablington Manor was built for John Coxwell in 1590. The rear wings were added in the early 17th century and the cupola in the 18th century. J. Arthur Gibbs, whose 1898 book "A Cotswold Village" helped make the Cotswolds a popular destination, made Ablington Manor his home. In the early 20th century the Manor was a hotel; it is today a private residence.
Garden & Outbuildings: The Stable Court of 1860, east of the House, is extant. A gazebo was erected in the garden in 1991.
John Bernard (J.B.) Burke, published under the title of A Visitation of the Seats and Arms of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland, among other titles: Vol. I, p. 268, 1852.
House Listed: Grade I
Park Listed: Not Listed
Current Seat / Home of: Robert Cooper
Past Seat / Home of: John Coxwell, 16th century. J. Arthur Gibbs, 20th century.
Current Ownership Type: Individual / Family Trust
Primary Current Ownership Use: Private Home
House Open to Public: No
Historic Houses Member: No