Withington Manor occupies numerous farm buildings in a large site at the north end of the upper part of Withington Village. On the north-west of the house is a square, cross-gabled dovecot, probably of the 17th or early 18th century. The estate has excellent equestrian facilities. There are rolling hills, sheep, barns (some old with fabulous beams, scruffy doors), vast hay storage, wood chip boiler, stables – American barn style and courtyard style, plus numerous cottages. Ancient woodland, a 30 year old plantation with 40,000 trees and wonderful rides dividing the sections, pond, water meadows and streams.