This charming merchant’s house was built around 1956 by Benjamin Cowper. Over the years the building has been subject to various alterations and changes of use until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1949.
The house is famous for its connections with Oliver Cromwell who is said to have frequently visited his friend John Carter, a prominent local merchant who purchased the house from Cowper in 1635.
The house became a regular meeting place for Parliamentarians during the Civil War and it is here, allegedly, in November 1648 that the fate of Charles I was decided.
Regular activity reported such as footsteps, ladies hair being pulled and ghostly groans and moans.
Event time starts at 8pm and will finish at 2am.
No persons under the age of 18 are permitted to attend.
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