Combe, Berkshire, England

A view of Combe countryside

Combe Manor

Combe Manor was originally a priory with an intriguing history. Charles II brought Nell Gwynne here. It is now a fine country hotel specialising in exquisite weddings. However, there are some extra guests!


Apparitions in "crinoline dress" have been witnessed in the gardens, and nuns chanting are amongst the audible phenomena. Sometime in early in the 20th century, a small skeleton was apparently uncovered underneath the stairs according to the author Coxe.

Combe Manor,



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For further information, please read Haunted Britain by Antony D. Hippisley Coxe and Haunted Berkshire by Roger Long.


Visitor Information

Combe is a village in Berkshire, England.

It is situated in the district of West Berkshire, on the top of the downs near Walbury Hill and Combe Gibbet, overlooking the village of Inkpen and the valley of the River Kennet.

Pictured left is a view of the Combe countryside.