Haseley Manor Houses
Heasley Lane, Isle of Wight
Haseley Manor is located at the East end of Arreton, which is on the A3056 road 5 miles to the South East of Newport, the County Town. Arreton is approximately ten miles from Ryde and from Cowes - the two foot ferry terminals, and 7 miles from Fishbourne, the car ferry terminal from Portsmouth.
Haseley Manor is listed Grade II*, and is built on the site of a Saxon Manor House which includes part of a 15th Century Monastic Grange.
A Saxon Manor House existed at Haseley at the time of the Domesday Book, which is reputed to have been owned by Earl Harold (later King Harold). After his death at Hastings in 1066, William I (William the Conqueror) seized the property, which was then passed to his son, William II (William Rufus) who was killed in the New Forest in 1100. Before William II died the property was passed to a Norman Baron, Engelger do Bohun, who gave it to Quarr Abbey in 1136. The transfer is recorded in one of the oldest deeds in existence which is held in the British Museum.
AddressHeasley Lane, Isle of Wight, Arreton, Monmouthshire, PO30 3AN
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